For my Diplomacy Lab course at OU, I created a map of missing migrants based on a data set given to us by our professors. I used Google Fusion Tables to create my map: Tips for using the map: Each point represents an incident where migrants were reported missing and/or found alive or deceased. Click […]
Tomorrow marks the end of my second full week interning at the League of Women Voters of the United States. LWV was the first internship opportunity I came across when I found out I had been selected for the Ewing, and it ended up being the first offer I received. I felt comfortable accepting almost […]
I started off the morning with the intention of writing something completely different for a completely different blog. I can’t stop seeing or thinking about Montevideo, though, so we’re going to talk about that. When I started study abroad blogging, I did it partly for myself, and partly so my family could keep tabs on […]
Oh, wow. How committed I’ve been with this whole blogging thing, right? I don’t really feel as bad about it anymore though. It’s my blog, my space, my rules, etc. And I haven’t been entirely absent — the spring semester is in full swing, and I opened it with a column on The Daily‘s site […]
Well, this is it. The blog I’ve had stashed away for almost two years, a subdomain relegated to theme experimentation, logo auditions, and HTML mishaps. It’s been a long time coming. Welcome.