Meet Dylan Saccoccio, promising and talented author whose words will open another, seductive world. He is an independent author whose firm resolution to break from the collectivist spirit and follow his own path resulted in The Tale of Onora. The enchanting world of fantasy, magic and mystery he created is actually his own world and we had a truly wondrous opportunity to discuss with him his motifs, ideas and issues following the writing process.
In June, the Anglozine crew (in a certain form) spent several days in The Netherlands, (re)visiting Groningen, a small, yet a very lively university town. Among other reasons for scheduling the visit for this particular date was the 400 years celebration of the University of Groningen.
Everything is connected, even the parts we don't like, especially the parts we don't like.” - A History of the World in 10 1/2 Chapters - Julian Barnes His name is Vlad, and he lets his music speak for him. He will guide you through the darkest corners of his soul, yet he will show you hidden corners of your own. His wordless songs are unique proof that in life everything is connected, you and I as listeners, he, as a performer, the space.
Have you ever experienced wanderlust? That strong desire to travel to different places is often a trigger for life changing experiences. Jovana Marinkovic, our fellow colleague, undertook the journey of her life. Her internship in Russia, was a journey of genuine change and its impact is priceless. What motivated you for your journey? Frankly speaking, I had no special expectations of AIESEC. I challenged this membership just because I wanted to do some sort of volunteer job to gain some experience. To a certain extent, I had no prior knowledge about AIESEC, so I just went for it. In some way, I wanted to broaden my cultural horizons, to travel, to live in another country and that actually motivated me for my journey.
Being aware that our academic education won't provide us with proper skills relevant for a professional career, we all discuss our opportunities for personal development. However, only a small number of people is brave enough to make a huge step and break out of the comfort zone. Our colleague, Nenad Marković, found a perfect opportunity in AIESEC's Global internship program and decided to follow his dream. You can read now about his about his life-changing experience. Would you dare to do the same? If not now, when?
How did you first become interested in linguistics? Let’s say that in grammar school there were two main fields that I was interested in: linguistics and mathematics. It was strange…