Books for the Plane, Train, or Automobile

Airports are hectic, car rides are boring, and there is sure to be a weirdo initiating unrequited conversation on any given train you board. The best way to lose track of time is cooped up with a good book, tuning out your uneventful surroundings en route to your destination. Here is my list of some of the best books for long trips. A Farewell to Arms by Ernest Hemingway A tragic romance focused on love, pain, war, and illusion, Hemingway's five part novel set during World War I was inspired by his own experience as a soldier. The language, the global circumstances, the style of courtship . . . A Farewell to Arms will transport you to the roaring twenties, filled with taboo and excitement am

Wherever You Go, There You Are

Nearing the end of my undergraduate career, I can't help but reflect on the multitude of personas I have taken on during these short four years. Sorority woman, Jimmy Johns delivery driver, Berliner, roommate, housekeeper, girlfriend, intern, cat owner . . the list goes on and on. I pride myself on my malleability and my constant search for self-reinvention, which is what inspired me to move 400 miles from home when I was 18. These traits of mine have led to a predictably unpredictable life; I spent the summer of 2015 living in a Berlin apartment studying architecture, and in four months I will be moving across the country to Oregon to experience yet another personal and professional renaiss

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