After many months of writing about diabetes and obesity conferences, scientific papers, and news stories, as well as promoting visual health content, I’ve finally made the move over the pond to the UK, where I’m starting graduate studies at Oxford. But first, some highlights from the summer:
Running a 5k with the Close Concerns team at the American Diabetes Association 73rd Scientific Sessions in Chicago, IL:
Hanging out with part of the Upworthy Mafia after-hours in San Francisco:
Climbing Half-Dome in Yosemite with good friends:
But then I went hopped on a suspiciously short plane ride that took me here:
On Addison’s Walk from the entrance of Magdalen College to my housing.
My neighbors fawn over me.
The Stables I share with some lovely folks:
The New Building. Pro-tip: Even those things that are called “new” in this town aren’t.
Moving on to the campus town, the famous Radcliffe Camera and “Bod” (Bodleian Library) 5 minutes from my college.
The University Church.
And All Soul’s College just off to the side.
The Bridge of Sighs.
The front of All Soul’s College facing High Street.
This is a tiny part of what I’m tremendously lucky to see every single day on the walk to class.