Thoughts on color, and memory; a poem of colorful impression; and pictures from summer’s Florida, riffing further on the color theme.
The size of Paris makes it hard to not be surprised every time you visit the city, unless you’re marching the same route when you go. Though the center may be gorgeous, with that soaring architecture and plenty of stalls of antique books and baubles to keep your attention, unique neighborhoods make up its outskirts.
A collection of photographs from one afternoon in Amiens
My partner and I wound up in Lille this week – a spontaneous trip to visit friends from France and Moldova!
What you might appreciate most after months of volunteering, or working, or studying elsewhere, are the connections you take away with you.
So much of the news we read today is about disconnection.
Loneliness as a symptom of our modern dependence on technology, coupled with disconnection from our communities. Political leaders making policy decisions though they are disconnected from the realities of the majority of their populations. International aid organizations disconnected from the cultures of the people they serve. Teenagers disconnected from their parents, students disconnected from their teachers. Continue reading “Nature and Disconnect”
This is everything you could want to know – and more! – about Comrat’s first Journalism Mentoring Program. Read on for a narrative, project examples, reports on trips to Moldovan media stations and many photographs of the Club’s 7 months of events.