Pleasure Reading

By Mikaela Harris Senior, English & French Major Few practice pleasure reading anymore.  There just isn’t time for it.  But at some point or another, we’ve all gotten wrapped up in a book.  The likelihood that that book was for school is slim to none, though.  Why is it that no one ever loves the […]

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Movie Review: Turbo

By Isha Choksi Sophomore, International Studies and French major A little guy with a big dream: a story we’ve all heard before, but not the way DreamWorks Animation tells it in Turbo, this summer’s most adorable animated movie. Turbo, a garden snail working a slow job, has dreams of living in the fast lane. His […]

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Paris, je t’aime

By Mikaela Harris Senior, English & French Major Jet lagged.  A little depressed.  Saying “excuse me” or “thank you” in any language but English.  Two days ago, I went through customs at Miami International Airport, reentering the US after having spent the last month in Paris with UF. This was my second time studying abroad, […]

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The Heat Movie Review

By Emily Braun Sophomore, Telecommunications Major If you love laughing until you cry and don’t mind the semi-frequent use of foul language, then The Heat is a must-see movie. The Heat stars powerhouse actresses Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy, who are perhaps best known for their work in The Blind Side and Bridesmaids, respectively. Bullock […]

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Study Abroad

By Mikaela Harris Senior, Major in English and French Four countries.  Four months.  And don’t even get me started on the number of cities.  Tours.  Montpellier. Paris. London.  Berlin.  Milano. When does it end? When you reenter American customs. Sometimes the hardest thing to do is to step out of your comfort zone, but that […]

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