Traveling, study, or working in a new country is without a doubt fifty-shades-of-culture-shock: different concepts of time; different ideas of dress and style; different forms of human interaction--it all shifts one’s perception of what we consider to be normal. However, one thing that we (especially native English speakers) don’t often take into account is … Continue reading Wie Bitte? What Living in A Non-English Speaking Country Taught Me About Communication
The Crippling American Higher Education System As Seen By an American Student Abroad By Molly Joyce I am very lucky to have had the opportunity to move to Germany for my eighth semester of college to study abroad. While I was bombarded with fifty shades of culture shock this having been my first time in … Continue reading American Debt Sentence
It started in high school. The fusion between my first and last name into the mellifluous and quirky nickname which has consequently stuck with me since: Mojo. (Short for Molly Joyce) When a boy from my high school "cleverly" crafted the name one day in oceanography class, I immediately thought of Austin Powers and his "mojo" … Continue reading Where I got my Mojo.