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Trapped in Paris (alone)

Trapped in Paris (alone)

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a Lot of strange things are happening in the world right now. I’m seeing things I never thought I would see really things have happened much much faster than any of us would have ever predicted it’s not simply an outbreak that we’re seeing but a fundamental change in the trajectory of many of our […]

The Difficult Road To Peace 1919 I THE GREAT WAR Epilogue 2

The Difficult Road To Peace 1919 I THE GREAT WAR Epilogue 2

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The war is over, and the process of writing the peace treaties begins, but this process is fraught with peril, for the war was fought on a scale never before seen in human history, and those treaties – for better or for worse – would have effects that would not only color the world of […]

The Tragedy of Freedom | Jean-Paul Sartre

The Tragedy of Freedom | Jean-Paul Sartre

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What if we’d get a chance to start a new life? In his short novel Les Jeux Sont Faits, philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre plays with the idea of ‘starting all over’ in the same lifetime, despite the decisions we have made in the past. Even though we have free will, are we capable of deviating from […]

My Au Pair Horror Story | A’Tavia Tatiana

My Au Pair Horror Story | A’Tavia Tatiana

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Hey everyone my name is A’Tavia and i’m here to share my Au Pair horror story Au pairing is already a crazy wild concept that we have embarked on and some families out there absolute trash like trash more than that garbage that sitting outside my window right now like absolute trash so I’m gonna […]

A More or Less Perfect Union: Madison, Jefferson & Books

A More or Less Perfect Union: Madison, Jefferson & Books

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Here we are in Philadelphia, in the summer of 1787. The states are disunited. The economy is in depression. And other nations walk all over us. And no one has a solution. Except this man. Five-foot four, 36, and hyper prepared: James Madison. He’d already helped write the constitution of Virginia when he was all […]

AIFS in Paris – France Study Abroad

AIFS in Paris – France Study Abroad

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There’s just amazing art. The architecture, um the scenery, the history, everything is just so overwhelming and it’s just an amazing time so far. It is a beautiful city. I love being here. The tours are excellent, the food is included, it’s it’s very well rounded, very well organized. We have a whole slew of […]

Why study in France?

Why study in France?

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While studying in France great idea. France is a very pleasant country to live in It is mostly known for it’s art of living with its food, it’s fashion, its lifestyle, quality of life but France is also a country where innovation happens whether it’s in the field of Aeronautics with companies like EADS or […]

Germany in Two-Front War and the Schlieffen-Plan I THE GREAT WAR – Week 2

Germany in Two-Front War and the Schlieffen-Plan I THE GREAT WAR – Week 2

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My name is Indy Neidell. Welcome to the Great War. We left off last time with the Austro-Hungarian Empire declaring war on the kingdom of Serbia, and you can find links to that episode below and to our special Prelude to War episodes. I’m going to begin today with a couple of telegrams. Now, in […]

How to Book Palais Garnier Tickets Online | Paris Ballet or Opera | Frolic & Courage

How to Book Palais Garnier Tickets Online | Paris Ballet or Opera | Frolic & Courage

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[upbeat music playing] Hi everyone! I’m Antoinette and welcome back to my channel. Today it’s all about Palais Garnier. So if you’re going to buy tickets online here’s how to do it. First we’re gonna go to OperaDeParis.fr the Opéra National de Paris’ main website. We’re gonna click on the “EN” button, which means that […]

10 TIPS FOR STUDYING ABROAD IN PARIS

10 TIPS FOR STUDYING ABROAD IN PARIS

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Daimon a joke here in Paris you’re my second home this place is not even like we’re not tourists here this is my home I live we have lived here any time we come here it’s like come on Eiffel Towers 5 we used to study abroad here a while back but now we’re back […]