Thank you, Italy!

In October, my mom put together and booked a family trip to spend about two weeks in Italy. It was our second time traveling outside the US but our first time in Europe. It was time for us to get a better taste of our culture. Growing up in an American-Italian lifestyle, I knew and […]

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I graduated yesterday…

Yesterday morning felt like a blur. One minute I’m screaming with joy after reading my acceptance letter then the next thing I know I’m sitting in a sea of graduate students. They say college goes by fast and goddamn they were right. It’s hard to believe four years flew by and I’m not that incredibly […]

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Philly’s Hidden Treasure: Graffiti Pier

When some people think of graffiti, they think of words like ‘juvenile’, ‘crude’, and ‘unskillful’ but to me, graffiti is a form of expression. Whether its random symbols or hidden messages, there is a story behind the artwork. Its connotations can be childish, emotional, crucial, entertaining, or even out of boredom–but graffiti itself isn’t boring. […]

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City Hall gets festive

I spent the night out with my parents and we stopped by Christmas Village. Earlier in the week my mom and I originally planned a girls night out but we wanted my brother and my dad to tag along. Sadly, my brother was sick but my dad joined us and we drove down from the […]

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