<p>Kelsie is a junior at Skidmore College, double majoring English and music. Her academic interests include creative nonfiction, piano performance, German language, and feminist theory. When she isn't in class or at the library, Kelsie spends her time playing piano, writing personal essays, knitting, or just curling up with a good book and a few cats. While studying in Vienna, Kelsie hopes to improve her German and piano skills, as well as immerse herself in Viennese culture.</p>
Blogs by Kelsie Seehusen
One Month Later
A few final thoughts on my time in Vienna.
Musings on Music
Vienna is the home of classical music, and I've learned a lot about the subject this semester--just not in the ways I expected.
10 Things I Hate About Wien
Or, my attempt to be a subversive blogger.
You've probably heard the term "self care" before, likely through your school's health services or an IES orientation. But what exactly is self care, and how...
Going It Alone
An Introvert's Guide to Vienna
There's one inevitable fact about studying abroad: You are going to miss home.
Talking the Talk: On Social Interactions in Vienna
Communicating has never come easily to me, and it is a whole lot harder in German. But, I think I could get used to some of Vienna's social practices.
Great Expectations for a Semester in Vienna
I am excited and scared, hopeful and anxious, but I have set some goals to make my Viennese semester an experience of a lifetime.