The Immigrants’ March in Ann Arbor

Coming from a family of immigrants, it was an honor to be able to march (and take photos!) in solidarity with everyone yesterday (March 25, 2017). The march was amazing. So many people had really creative and witty signs and of course I tried to capture every single one of them as well as the people behind them.

The group started at the federal building and made their way to the diag and the famous steps of the Hatcher grad student library where a countless number of other protests have taken place throughout history. Continue reading “The Immigrants’ March in Ann Arbor”

Paint and Pour with Tiff

Sometimes in dental school we have time for Paint & Pour 😀 Tiff just started her new job here since she’s an amazing painter and the place hired her pretty quickly as a teacher. I could def see why. Before starting as a teacher she was invited to a class and was also welcome to bring a friend!

Upon entering dental school I feel like everyone is afraid that they won’t find their “group” of friends since usually the class sizes are small. Since last June I’ve seen a lot of friend groups change including my own but what I’ve noticed is that everyone eventually finds someone they click with. Since we spend SO much time together it’s almost impossible not to.

An Escape to Paris

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Warning: This is a long one (with a ton of pictures)! But if you’ve ever been to Paris, you’ll understand why ❤

Over spring break I went to Paris! E and I made the decision to visit during break since one of his housemates, Mireille, is an architecture professor at UM and generously offered to let us stay in her apartment in Paris during the week. She’s usually there during the spring and summer so during these cold winter months, the apartment remains mostly unoccupied. One of the things she shared with us before our visit was a piece she wrote for an architecture journal published here called “Postcards from Paris” where she depicts the past and present of her neighborhood and the surrounding areas in both a critical and informative narrative.

Apparently E and I didn’t get the memo that for Americans, Paris is simply a place to propose to your girlfriend. Being in a 2 year serious relationship, we
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