Articles By: Sierra_Starks
It goes without saying that Thanksgiving is one of the largest and most anticipated holidays in the United States. Thanksgiving represents family, it represents amazing food, it represents an actual NFL lineup on a Thursday, it represents time off from work and school, and it represents Black Friday
November 1st began the mass placement of the Panamanian flag, the covering of every surface available in red, white, and blue. The lawns were swarming with them, the buildings showcased them proudly and even hung them from rooftops to the ground below.
Among the many things on my list of things to do as soon as I arrived in Panama (find the location of the nearest mall, find a hairdresser, budget accordingly) was to find a temporary home church
This is one of those times where I have to be extremely careful about what I say. I have checked and rechecked this to ensure that I am not caught in the act of defaming anyone’s character.
In Thursday’s lecture at my university here, FSU-Panamá, I listened to my opinionated professor tell us that the natives of Panama were awful cooks. “If I walk into a restaurant and see that they have an Indian man as a cook, I will leave immediately,” he told us