Monthly Archives: October 2011

Better late than never ;)

Wow. This place is different, isn’t it? I guess I would be disappointed if I didn’t see some things which I found foreign or strange after travelling across a number of continents to get here. Every little thing is exciting. … Continue reading

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La vita a Roma

Suddenly everyone is wearing warm clothes… my Mediterranean tan is fading, I’ve taken hundreds of photographs and while it remains delightful – caffellatte and cornettis for breakfast are now very normal occurrence. This blog is terribly overdue, partly because life … Continue reading

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Encountering a new academic system.

I thought I would write this blog for those who are considering studying in Sweden or Australia and are wondering what to expect in terms of studying.  Hope this helps Studying in Sweden varies quite a lot from Australian Universities. … Continue reading

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I have 3 words for you…Occupy Wall Street.

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(©GeneTaylor 2011-All rights reserved. ) How is this relevant to Border crossings and Exchange programs and more specifically to Malmö and to me? To begin with, I had no idea how big this movement was, or what exactly it was … Continue reading

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Pushing the Limits…

Sometimes I really don’t know what’s wrong with me. I feel the need to keep challenging myself physically and mentally and I have no idea why. This week-end I decided it would be a good idea to ride from Zeist … Continue reading

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The holiday is over…let the fun begin!

Looking back over the time that has passed since I wrote my first blog, I now realise it was a period of significant transition for me. I kept on putting off writing my second entry, but having finally arrived on … Continue reading

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Academics cross borders too!

Hi border crossers, Another way this exchange program is crossing borders is that we have staff as well as students on exchange. Rather than keep staff/students in separate boxes all bordered up…we can cross paths on this blog. In other … Continue reading

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10 B’s. Or, Not 2 B’s.

Looking back over my last few posts, I think that it’s time to have something a little more light and practical! To give you a taste of my practical life experiences here in Malmö, I want to talk about some … Continue reading

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Overwhelmed but definitely interested

It has taken me a while to write this second blog.  The reason it has taken so long is that I wanted to write a bit about my internship, because this is a big part of the Border Crossings Project … Continue reading

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Class Time

Hey, So I noticed it has been a while since my last post, so I thought I would take this opportunity to say a little bit about my experiences so far, in terms of University life in Rome. One of … Continue reading

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