Srebrenica Marš Mira 2015

Marching from Tuzla to Srebrenica to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the Srebrenica Genocide exceeded whatever expectations I might’ve had on the bus to Eastern Bosnia last Tuesday. For three days, myself and five other students joined roughly 12,000 others to walk from early morning to dusk along highways, backroads, ...

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Moving Fast and Slow

This weeks marks my first month abroad, away from Denver, and the end of our second week in Sarajevo. Somehow this place slows down and speeds up time simultaneously. Time is slowed by long afternoons drinking coffee until the sun angles horizontal with the streets, so the umbrellas don’t do ...

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Hiking in Lukomir, BiH

This past week, I hiked to Lukomir, BiH, and saw a side of Bosnia that I never expected. So often, the conversation around this country is centered on the 1990’s genocide, and current ethnic and political tensions plaguing the country. It’s hard to see past that. It’s hard for me ...

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