Learn with me.
You stare directly at us, brown eyes and long eyelashes, wearing your standard-issue U.S. Army camouflage. Your photo circulates on social media, but the message has changed since I first heard your name in April.
I joke that my history classroom is one big time machine that allows my students and I to go back and forth in time. We jump in our time machines to learn from the past, carrying these insights with us to develop a better future.
With her bags packed, she said her goodbyes to her job, her students, her community, her friends and family, and boarded her plane for Amsterdam.
My Fulbright fellowship officially came to an end several weeks ago, and I've spent lots of days moping around in my pajamas and processing my sadness.
It’s my last night in Los Angeles, and I’ve said my goodbyes to family and friends.
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