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Farewell, My Turnabout [June 6 (Fri)]

Thursday was a free day, but I felt ill that morning so for me it just ended up being a sleep day. The week was packed with back-to-back events anyways, so the rest was appreciated. Friday marked the last day … Continue reading

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Death March [June 4 (Wed)]

Wednesday we made another trip to talk to German government officials. We took a brief look at the top of one of their buildings that had a cool spiral walkway you could go up and down. Well, despite looking cool, … Continue reading

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King Wooga [June 3 (Tue)]

Tuesday was a tiring, but important day for us as we would be visiting two companies, King and Wooga. While the trip to Ubisoft Blue Byte in Dussledorf was nice, I wanted to see how other companies operate in Germany … Continue reading

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Berlin du bist so wunderbar [June 2 (Mon)]

On Sunday we did nothing but go to a park to relax after the jam and have a final gathering with the Paderborn students. I’m not a huge fan of nature, especially in the summer thanks to bugs, but with … Continue reading

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Pearl Jam [May 29, 30, 31 (Thur, Fri, Sat)]

From Thursday to Saturday marked one of the biggest events of the study abroad, the game jam. The jam was to be held in the University’s GamesLab and would have all of us RIT students working with the German students … Continue reading

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Great City of Beer: Dusseldorf [May 28 (Wed)]

We woke up early today for a day trip to Dusseldorf. The trip was tiring, and knowing we had to make the same journey back on the same day didn’t help. When we finally made it to Dusseldorf we headed … Continue reading

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The Girl Nixdorf [May 27 (Tue)]

On this fine Tuesday we took a trip to the Heinz Nixdorf Museum, the biggest computer museum in the world. Conviniently located in Paderborn, it was just a short bus ride to get there. At the museum we had a … Continue reading

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Paderborn to be Wild [May 26 (Mon)]

This day, Monday, marked the first real day of the study abroad program. The night before those of us RIT students who were there had an informal meeting at the University of Paderborn with a couple of the German students … Continue reading

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