In Honor of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, I thought I would cover a topic a little closer to home.
You may have heard the term “dark tourism” before. Its popularity has been growing, at least in the eyes of the media, over the past few years. Dark tourism is the act of visiting sites associated with death or suffering. Auschwitz, Chernobyl, Gettysburg, and the Catacombs of Paris are all examples of dark tourist destinations. […]
There are a lot of Apps and programs out there for language learning. Some of them are great! Others, not so much. Sometimes, it really just depends on the language, the style of learning you prefer, and what preferences suit you. I have spent a lot of time searching for an App I enjoy using […]
Independence Day is a massive event where I live in the United States. The fourth of July is a day for family, barbeques, and fireworks. Red, white, and blue clothing and décor litter the stores in the coming weeks, and American flags seem to be everywhere. With so much patriotism overcoming the nation, it is […]