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A weekly podcast featuring short interviews with Peace Corps volunteers serving in Morocco. This is an informal and unofficial way to get to know our fellow PCVs better, to hear us share our stories, and to give us an additional opportunity to connect with one another through our service. Disclaimer: The content of this podcast is mine alone and does not necessarily reflect the views of the U.S. Government, the Peace Corps, or the Moroccan Government.
 
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You know him as one of the more mysterious members of our staj and someone who worked for the Senate Foreign Relations Committee before coming to Morocco, but do you know his favorite book recommendation or how he came to apply for the Peace Corps? Check out this week's interview to get to know Karl a little better. Enjoy!…
 
You know her as a member of the GAD committee and have seen her handle challenging discussions during hubs with poise, but do you know the phrase she uses to describe her experience growing up in the USA or what her favorite YouTube video is to share? Check out this week's interview to get to know Heyab-Mariam a little better. Enjoy!…
 
You've heard him tell stories about astronauts and speak passionately about politics, but do you know about his love for The Little Prince or his theory about what would happen if the world suddenly stopped turning? Check out this week's podcast interview to get to know Mike a little better. Enjoy!Special Note: The idea of starting a weekly podcast…
 
This past weekend the Moroccan-American Commission for Educational & Cultural Exchange hosted the Sixteenth Annual Maghrebi Area Studies Symposium for U.S. Fulbright Grantees at the Tour Hassan Hotel in Rabat, Morocco. Fulbright Scholars and Research Grantees presented their experiences and research to-date here in Morocco. I had the opportunity of…
 
As a Fulbright, I can not live without certain necessities. The top three: The stipend. Shelter. Interweb (commonly referred to as ‘the internet’). Food? Debatable, especially considering my culinary abilities. Clothing? How cold can Morocco get? Right? The stipend and shelter come easily. To access our monthly stipend, all I do is enter a 14-digit…
 
Shwia bi shwia—the progression of life here in Morocco. It seems that some days have their ups and others have their downs. I have had a couple down days recently, but the days are trending up. The dar (house) is a reflection of my roots here in Morocco. It was the same back in the States. When my room was a mess, or I lacked clean clothes or food …
 
I haven't posted in awhile, but certainly not due to lack of content. Fez has been an amazing experience, and I am almost sorry to say that I will be leaving soon for Rabat, where I will begin what I have deemed "Stage Two" of my adventure here in Morocco. A Quick Update Stephanie, Jess, and I didn’t make it to Aroobiya, unfortunately. We had a num…
 
I took a trip to the Merenid tombs this afternoon with a group of friends. Walking from Bab Boujeloud, we followed the perimeter wall of the Medina Kadima, and eventally summited a hill on the outskirts of the city. The view from this vantage point is amazing, and I could see most of the Medina Kadima. Take a look at what I saw. Read the original p…
 
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