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The Youngsters

Published by Chiara Settineri
`           Throughout our time in South Africa, the country’s emphasis on the youth—or the ‘youngsters’ as they’re referred to by locals—and …
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#11—Kochi to Cape Town!!

Published by Arthi Kozhumam
Sunday, July 8th. After a series of flights from Kochi to Dubai and Dubai to Cape Town, we finally landed, …
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“Stop worrying all the time”

Published by Maryam Asenuga
Imagine freshly arriving in a foreign country, away from your family, away from all familiarity and responsibilities to embark on …
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Week 4 – Provider

Published by Sheridan Wilbur
Provider   I am the misfit lock to your keyhole crafted meticulously, yet the ridges do not align I bear …
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Retro Cars and Sun Soaked Days

Published by Josh Coopersmith
Everywhere you go in Cape Town, there are what look like 1980s Volkswagen Golfs everywhere. They’re small, cheap, fuel efficient, …
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Published by Olivia McAuliffe
Peace can be elusive, especially in a bustling city like Cape Town. It’s easy to become enraptured by the sights, …
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Selling Community

Published by Swathi Ramprasad
You could smell the flavors of BO. The heat was either the emotional intensity or the sheer number of bodies …
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Risky Business

Published by Chiara Settineri
Growing up, my mom always saw me as a risk-taker, especially in comparison to my sisters. Where she got this …
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