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How to (Not) Change the World in Five Months

May 20, 2016

By GGY Fellow Parker Vige. I leave Budapest in five days. That’s one more day than four, and one less day than six. It seems to be such simple math, yet why can’t I understand it? I was suppose to … Read more

A Place is a Place…

January 26, 2016

by Parker Vige Security. Then luggage. Coffee. Next, we wait. Board the plane. Sleep. I arrive in London at 6:23AM, November 26th. I step off the plane, walk through the tunnel connecting the gate, and here all of the faces … Read more

New City? Here Are The First 5 Things To Do

January 19, 2016

by Parker Vige You’ve finally taken the leap from being an awkward, camera touting tourist to being a full-on resident in your new city of choice. I say, Congratulations! It takes quite a lot of energy and ambition to move … Read more

For those moments that challenge you.

January 12, 2016

by Parker Vige One week ago from today, surely half-past 10PM if not later, I sat alone on the icy bench of an abandoned train station situated in the rolling hills of Italy. My thick coat and worn blue jeans … Read more

Owino Moses: The Storyteller

November 11, 2015

by Parker Vige Whether it was the African heat or the lack of ventilation, I sat in an uncomfortable pool of sweat, as if someone was breathing hell’s fire down the back of my neck. Wait? Someone was breathing down … Read more

Welcome to My Humble Abode

September 10, 2015

by Parker Vige I’m almost certain that the speedometer in Moses’ car never once dropped below 90 mph as we barreled down the hills of Uganda in an attempt to make the 4 hour journey from the airport to home … Read more