Liberación Pudorosa

Aprendí la palabra “pudor” cuando muy chica. Es que me daba tanta vergüenza que cualquiera me viera pilucha, hasta mi mamá, mi hermana, mis amigas. Cada vez que me cambiaba les decía a todas que se dieran vuelta, “¡no mires!” “¿No estás mirando verdad?” “¡Te dije que no miraras”!  Y obvio siempre mi tía, mamá

La Avena y mis Fases de Obsesión.

¿Avena? QUÉ FOME! Nunca aprecié la avena de chica, prefería mil veces comer Chocapic, Pillows o Fruit Loops. No la entendía. Para mi solo eran hojitas blancas desabridas. Nunca le presté atención a la avena. Cuando empezó la moda de usar Pinterest me pasaba noches enteras buscando ideas de todo, entre todo, ideas de desayunos.

Berghain Virginity

When I started getting into the techno and clubbing scene, the infamous club, Berghain became my ultimate goal. Not that I knew what it actually meant, but everyone talked about it. If you had been inside, you had something. Only around 3% of the people who try, actually get in, like NYUAD’s acceptance rate. I

Turning Silence Into Words

Every summer in Chile the highway gets clogged with cars of all types and sizes. Endless traffic jams cause you to take up to three additional hours to get to your final destination. For the most part, this is due to all the people going on holidays to the beach, lake, country side or just


Four months living in the bellisima student città di Bologna with 4 cozy, carini, best conquilini italiani (and one from Cameroon)             has given me the chance to meet even more Italians, more cities and regions, and learn more about the Italian culture from insider’s perspectives (and eat a lot

El Plomo

Cúando se murió Jano, el papá de Mae, lo cremaron. Sus hijos cumplieron su deseo, y dejaron la mitad de sus cenizas en Vichuquén, y la otra mitad en El Plomo. Por eso descubrí el Plomo y lo subí por primera vez hace 10 años atrás con un grupo gigante de unas 15 personas. Hace


Yesterday I started learning something new in Math class: Matrixes. I had heard about it many times before, but to be honest, I was thankful I never had to do new things in math, although math is full of surprises and explanations to things. Apart from being something complicated to grasp at first, learning about

Road to Budapest, Road to Belgrade

This is Åsa (pronounced Osa), from Sweden, although for me, Argentinian Latina at heart. She lived for years in Argentina and the first time I heard her speak I simply thought she was from there. To put it simply, she’s crazy, and when she realized we had a week of Fall Break in October, she told