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  • National Coffee Day! Great Coffee Shops All Over the World.

    Today, September 29th, is National Coffee Day in the United States! Celebrate the day on an international scale by visiting a great coffee shop in your area. Here are some of the best coffee shops that I have ever visited, and they are located all over the world. See...

    0 by Kaelin, one month ago
  • Tehran weather and climate

    You could find various weather and climate change in this city from the north and south. In the north, you find mountain chain and the south you face with plain with big farm eare. In the city center, you will find a lot of pollution because of concentration cars...

    0 by sadegh, one month ago
  • Pizza, Pasta and Mandolino: Stereotypes

    Stereotypes. What's considered as being a board topic can be reduced to a few words, even with the most stereotypical of stereotypes. Let's stop for a moment, and forget whatever understanding we might about other countries, instead, let's imagine that we know...

    0 by Natasha, one month ago
  • A (Brief) History Of British Club Culture in Politics

    There has been a long history of repression in regards to club culture in the UK, particularly in regards to the 90s ‘rave’ scene. The 1994 Criminal Justice and Public Order Act was a wide-encompassing, contrasting legislation that covered various aspects of law,...

    0 by Michael, one month ago
  • Famine, Affluence & Morality in 2017

    In his seminal 1971 essay entitled 'Famine Affluence & Morality, Peter Singer outlined issues at the time regarding the then refugee crisis in Bengal, India. The aim of the text however is rather general and is supposed to be applicable to any current world disaster...

    0 by Michael, one month ago
  • Using Animals for Food & Fashion: A Look at Species Bias

    Why do we empathise with dogs but not pigs? Will it ever be acceptable to wear cats as fur? Is it okay to eat dolphins? By what margin are humans the most intelligent species? These are questions which force us to reflect on our species biases in food and...

    0 by Michael, 2 months ago
  • Polish speaking guide 8

    A (a potem...)                                          and (and after that...) akademik m                                            student hall kwestionariusz m osobowy                     personal...

    2 by Yücel, 2 months ago
  • Polish speaking guide 7 (translate)

    Michał: What are you doing this evening? Marta: I am working Michał: Where? Marta: In a pub. i am a waitress. Don't you work? Michał: I work too. But i have this evening off. Marta: What company do you work for? What do you do? Michał: I work for 'M&S'. I deal...

    1 by Yücel, 2 months ago
  • Stages of a career in Data Science

    As the name suggests, the field of Data Science comprises of the roles and responsibilities, pertaining to the fields of Big Data & data analytics. whatever it is that a business is into, and whatever it is that the business wants to get into, the science of data...

    0 by Pradip, 2 months ago
  • What Separates Great HR Leaders from the Rest

    There is a stark difference between a great leader and just a leader, although they both possess similar qualities. And, the human resource department seems to be the one facing the wrath of being called leaders. Alas! Very few men recognize the real talent of this...

    0 by Pradip, 2 months ago
  • Could Brexit spell for Progrexit?

    A Taiwanese friend recently asked me about my thoughts on Brexit. Here's the reply I gave to him... (and also a picture of us goofing about) May I have your opinion about the future after Brexit? What might it affect the British/European economy and life, and what...

    0 by Michael, 2 months ago
  • The Neckerchief. What is it and why is it used?

    The neckerchief, or scarf, represents the Scout Promise to uphold the Scout beliefs and behave like a true Scout. It is a triangular shaped scarf that you roll up and place on top of the collar of your top, positioning it so that the pointed corner is at the back. You...

    0 by SR, 3 months ago
  • Bye Bye Brussels

    I will always remember... the 2nd of september 2017: - the day I tried to pack all my stuff for 4 months in 2 way to heavy bags. But yes, I did!  - the day my friends came over in the morning to have our last breakfast together - the day my mom dropped me at the...

    0 by Hanne, 5 months ago
  • How Mobile Calling Can Save StudentsLots of Money

    Studying abroad is often one of the most memorable things someone can do, and studying in France can be an incredible way to learn and meet newpeople from different walks of life. If you’re making the exciting step of studying in France though, remember that there are...

    0 by Anca, 7 months ago
  • Gianina in Ioannina

    Hello, my name is Gianina and now I'm a student in Ioannina, this is a city in Greece. I'm an erasmus student, for the third time and unfortunately for the last time. My name and the name of the city is the same, pretty cool right? :)   I've choosen this city because...

    3 by Giani, 7 months ago
  • Lapland Trip by the ESN with Timetravels. PART 2.

    So here I will continue talking about the Lapland trip we did two weeks ago. In the last post I told you how perfect our cottages were and how good we slept the first night. Well.. we needed to rest because the next day would be exhausting for all us. DAY 3. Tuesday. On...

    0 by Gema, 8 months ago
  • Lapland Trip by the ESN with Timetravels. PART 1.

    Yihaaa!! How are you my colleagues? Today I'm quite inspired and I will try to explain my self the best I can and I will talk about the LAPLAND TRIP organized by the ESN. The Lapland trip is one of the most famous trips organized by the ESN here in Latvia, and I guess...

    0 by Gema, 8 months ago
  • Erasmus Scholarships

    Doing an Erasmus placement costs a lot of money, that is why we all hope for scholarships and other possible financial aids. In this entry, I will talk a little about the financial help that I have received in order to give you an idea of how much money you will receive...

    0 by Grace, 9 months ago
  • Welcome to Cheap international calls within Vectone Sim Cards

    Welcome to Cheap international calls within Vectone mobile. Vectone offers cheap calls to India from UK mobiles and the cheapest international call rates. It's time to save with our Free SIM card for India. India call plan Get our India Calling Plan with our India SIM...

    0 by Anca, 11 months ago
  • Shadow of Racism

     Unfortunately Norweigan are slightly disappointing hidden racist. In other countries they are trying so hard to give a imagine of themselves as so human, fair and modest people, smiley and "very" kind..all is just so two-faced, superfacial. In their home, in Norway...

    0 by Reza, one year ago
  • unfair Expensive

    Everything in Norway is very expensive, but with same quality as all can find in other European countries even less quality for foods or entertainment. The high expenses in norway is due to tax for has several benefits for Norweigan people but for erasmus students, it's...

    0 by Reza, one year ago

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