The Undocumented Identity?
On August 31, 2012 By Yaphet Tedla
July Fourth. Glenn Ellyn, Illinois. My friends and I had just finished barbequing. As dusk approached, we hopped into my car to go see the fireworks at Lake Ellyn. After spending more time than we should have trying to find a parking spot, we rushed over to Lake Ellyn as the fireworks began before […]Continue Reading →
A Home Away From Home
On January 25, 2012 By Guest-Contributor
Guest Blog by: Yaphet Tedla After about a month and half into our semester in Jerusalem, my friends and I found ourselves seating in the cafeteria of our school and reminiscing of things we missed about America. The school was built of Cenomanian limestone with Crusader arches, which gave the whole building pleasing aesthetics. […]Continue Reading →