Study Abroad in Oman: A Day at Nizwa Fort and مسفاة العبريين Misfat al Abriyyin

On Saturday, June 6th, 2015, I was able to take part in school day trip to Nizwa fort, in Oman’s old capital city of Nizwa, and Misfat Al Abreyyin–a 4,000 year old continuously inhabited village. It was about a two-hour drive away from Muscat. Our driver, Munthir Al Nomani, was dressed very casually. It made […]

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The Crash.

I manage to finish my classes in an crazed impromptu manner. I just wanted anything related to school work to be done with already. I would not suggest cramming for two finals in one night. I think I still suffer from the straining consequence to my mind as it continues to produce incoherent gibberish. Eh, I’m glad my friends […]

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Sleep.

I hate being sick. It drains the happiness out of me. I’m not a giddy person to begin with, so having to wipe my nose six hundred times a night while my whole body feels like it’s being boiled alive makes me super grumpy. It’s pretty obvious that today pretty much sucked. I studied a […]

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The Rise of the Rest

What does Tevatron closure mean for big US science? (BBC) This past summer, I tuned into a live broadcast of the final launch of NASA’s shuttle program while I was at work. It was one of the few times I actually waited to watch an amazing event like a space launch. A few weeks later, […]

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