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Shakespeare slept here!

Read this blog ! Practice your English! Come on ( venga ya)!. No deadlines (fechas tope). No exams. It's just a fun way to learn the language. 

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24Feb

They couldn't see each other. There was a big white bulletin board between the guys and the girls. They could, however hear each other, speaking in English.

And after 20 minutes of non-stop questions and answers, giggles and laughter, everyone had to choose a mate. And several actually chose each other!

17Feb

I visited New York City in the dark. Yes, in total darkness.

07Feb

.. I was told by a sage achitect that this building, Building A, was designed to look like an owl. You can see it if you look at it from the correct angle and use a bit of imagination.

31Ene

New faces on campus.

27Ene

How does your mind work? Does everything have to be spelled out for you or can you see between the lines?

Try this. You have just received an important message, but it doesn't look like a language you are familiar with. However you CAN understand the message if you think in English. Decipher it. Hurry. It might be important!

12Ene

The year 2012 ? Interesting number, 2012. However you decide to say it, you have two "tw´s": Two thousand twelve.Twenty-twelve. tw-tw!

16Dic

I just received a newsletter in the mail. I wasn’t expecting it. <?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />

05Dic

There's a lot to be thankful for this THANKSGIVING 2011. Let's start with this beautiful campus where we spend most of our time. It's a great environment for work and study, away from the noise and traffic of the city. Our oasis, this microcosm of academia is vibrant and focused and growing. And you're a part of it, an integral part of it.

21Nov

. A reflection or a warped image? Art or an atrocity? A cartoon or an architectural faux pas? A fleeting vision as one walks past?

10Nov

Look around. Fall is here. And it certainly took its time this year.

One of the gardeners saw me taking photos of the trees, and told me the most beautiful tree on campus was at the back of Residence Hall II. I decided to walk up there to see it.