Cześć! Hello from Warsaw. This post’s featured image is the view from my balcony; pretty sweet, right? The GlobalMBA has officially been here for one month, and I must say, we have no complaints! School began one week ago. I like how we have Monday’s and Friday’s off. Although we are sitting in lectures for six […]Read more "Taking second semester by storm"
Cologne- you were great. The laid back city vibes will be missed. Now on to bigger cities, aka the capital of Poland: Warsaw. After a three hour flight delay, where the passengers were asked to remain seated on the boarded air craft, our plane finally took off. Don’t fret; two complimentary refreshments were served.. how […]Read more "C’ya later Cologne!"
Happy New Year, y’all! I must admit it has been quite the adventure juggling school, holidays, and my recovering foot altogether! I am excited to inform you all my foot has officially healed, meaning I finally am allowed to wear a matching pair of shoes! (no high heels for a while though :P). Since we […]Read more "Wrapping up 2014"
At promptly 11 minutes past 11 am on the 11th of November, Karneval , the fifth season, kicks off. The entire city dresses up in costume while celebrating in the streets. For more information pertaining to Cologne’s unique tradition, check out this link : http://www.koelnerkarneval.de/en/cologne-carnival/ To prepare for Karneval, some of my classmates and I decided to dress […]Read more "Karneval"
It’s official: Starbucks Sunday is a thing. It is the only place open where I can access unlimited Cafe Americano’s with free Wifi. Makes me feel close to home too. Currently I am taking a brief break from my Global Economics homework (thank you Professor Sander), and I would like to reflect on the highlight’s […]Read more "Starbucks Sunday"
I have been happily settled in my home away from home for almost a month now! I think it is fair to say I am adapting to the German culture. I owe a huge thanks to my Karibu buddy, Anil. Karibu is an international buddy program that my school, Cologne University of Applied Sciences, offers. The […]Read more "Karibu"
Hi! My name is Kathryn Miedaner, but you can call me Katie Beth. I am twenty two years old, and I just received my Bachelor’s Degree in Economics from Sewanee: The University of the South. Tucked away on the Cumberland Plateau, this liberal arts college, comprised just short of 1,500 students, takes thorough satisfaction instilling pride […]Read more "Prost!"