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Catherine Cartier
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Jordan Journey
It's been awhile!! I'm spending this summer in Amman, Jordan. I've started a new blog-- check it out here ! Thanks for reading.

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New Blog
Hi, friends and family! I'm back at the good old Grand Rapids Airport. As of today, I am student at Lester B. Pearson United World College of the Pacific. Thank you for following Writings from Rabat. It's exactly a year to the day I left for Morocco. That f...

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Back in the States!
I'm back in the States! Leaving Morocco was difficult and stressful, but our entire group arrived in D.C. last Wednesday afternoon. We spent a day and a half with our D.C. based coordinator visiting the State Department and AMIDEAST offices. I enjoyed havin...
Back in the States!
Back in the States!
writingsfromrabat.blogspot.com

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Last Post from Rabat
My room is empty and my suitcases are full. In exactly 24 hours, the bus will come and take me to the airport.  It's been a crazy last few days in Rabat: I saw Alicia Keys in concert (THIS GIRL IS ON FIRE), thanks to Mawazine (a music festival sponsored by ...

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One Hand
I can count the number of days left in Morocco on one hand. I've been pretty busy these last few weeks, here's what I've been up to! It's been a bit crazy but I can't imagine a better way to say goodbye to Rabat! Finished my capstone project about the hamma...
One Hand
One Hand
writingsfromrabat.blogspot.com

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Ibn Sina's Got Talent
For the past few months, Belinda (fellow YES Abroad student) and I have been collaborating with students at a local middle school to put on a bilingual talent show. Last Friday, the show (called Ibn Sina's Got Talent) took place! As the name of the show wou...
Ibn Sina's Got Talent
Ibn Sina's Got Talent
writingsfromrabat.blogspot.com

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The Inevitable Question
Exactly three weeks left in Morocco. My plane tickets await in my inbox, and the hunt for the perfect gifts has begun. The end has loomed for the past few months, but I've mainly been thinking about the "happy to go, sad to leave" paradox that most exchange...

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Moroccan High School #2
A few months ago I started attending English class at a
public high school near my house. Even though I’ve been attending school in
Morocco since September, I felt a bit like I was starting in a whole new country when I came in the doors on the first day. I...
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