Feeding the Future

Feeding the Future

I visited a local organic dairy farm and apiculture site recently. There was a similarity between the two places that really struck a chord in my heart, the connection to culture and children. Anna’s passion resonated with the words she spoke about her work on the...
Lending a Helping Hand

Lending a Helping Hand

A few weeks ago, I hiked eight miles up the coast of Barcelona. (Check out what we did in my YouTube video!) Growing up, I traveled many times with my parents and siblings. The one common theme in our vacations besides our love for the sun, sand, and sea was that my...
Time Travelling to the Past..

Time Travelling to the Past..

For the past week, I have wandered through the streets of the beautiful city, Barcelona. I traveled 2,000 years back in time of kings and queens, religious martyrs, civil war, and the golden years of Barcelona on our tour with Dan in the Gothic Quarter, the center of...
Team Work Makes the Dream Work

Team Work Makes the Dream Work

This past Wednesday, we visited the Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya. As a group, we participated in various activities that would help us develop qualitative research skills by analyzing while appreciating the history of the Catalonia the art tells. We...
Rain or Shine

Rain or Shine

The “Windy City” is known for the food, art, and sports. However, some may say Chicago is known for their vacillating weather. We could have snow, rain, and sunshine with temperatures reaching 65 degrees in a span of one week! Before we embark on our...