Category: Engineering in Bochum

I Haven’t Been Eating Much

I love food. Food is the sustenance for my existence and it can harbor an abundance of joy. Why I haven’t been eating much is contributed to a couple factors. One reason is just my schedule. During the first week, there was so much going on every single day. For any students coming into the ...

Writing and a Zurich Journey

Another week of “fun” and long lab reports and an interesting trip to Zurich. I worked on a group lab report with my classmates involving the lab I mentioned in my earlier blog post titled “Exploration Beyond the Bubble”. Writing this report was an extremely time consuming process. I worked with two other classmates on ...

Exploration Beyond the Bubble

My situation is much more relaxed now, especially regarding food. I have a stronger idea of what foods to eat everyday. Since my time is much more limited than if I had lived at home, I have focused on eating these three daily meals. First, I eat bread with marmalade, and tea in the morning ...

Missing Trains

Timeline: 4/6/2018 – 4/9/2018 After exiting the sky train my group ran into a couple problems when trying to arrive at the university. One thing that’s great about being a student at Ruhr University is that we have been given student train passes. These passes give us access to trains that connect all throughout different ...

A Lot More to Learn

The first week of school. Oh how I can remember the stress of studying for exams and doing homework. I began Monday worrying about how I would find the right amount of food to sustain me for the week. I cooked a potato and vegetable stew but I added a strong minty vegetable which really ...

A Bit Nervous in the Old World

“Oh, man I’m kind of nervous” were the first words I thought on the day of my flight to Bochum, Germany on April 4, 2018. How would I navigate around if I did not know the local language? How would I learn to cook if I spent my entire life being dependent on my parents, ...

I Can’t Read!

4/6/2018 I was successfully able to check in all my bags and board on the planes that allowed me to arrive in Germany. I had to take two connecting flights. The first was from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to Dublin, Ireland which lasted about 7 hours, and then I had to immediately connect o to another plan from ...

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The Day Before Departure

4/3/2018 I remember being 10 years old and the most distance I ever traveled was for a trip to Disney World. I remember waking up early in the morning right as the sun began to peek through the clouds. I had to aid my Dad with packing all of our heavy luggage and each time ...

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Carl Huebner: Saying Goodbye to Deutschland

I have now been back in the states for about a week and it’s full of mixed feelings. There were a handful of things that I missed about being in America, but I certainly was not ready to leave Deutschland. It definitely would have been nice to have another 3 months there to make it ...

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Carl Huebner: The Beautiful City of Dresden.

At the end of my trip to München we decided to take a trip to the city of Dresden. Once again this was accessible with the 5 day rail pass I had purchased and I arrived there in 5 hours on Monday night. In my opinion, Dresden was one of the most underrated cities that ...