After a degree in Geography, I am currently a french student in first year of Master of Urban and Regional Planning at the University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne. I'm preparing an academic paper and I'm particularly interested by the city of Cleveland, its situation and the subject of the Shrinking Cities.
Beyond my personal research, I am very invested in the associative and the non-profit sector. I am also a student representative in my university for AGEP (the General Association of Students of Paris).
I lived in Paris with my boyfriend. I'm very sociable, open-minded, loving the contact with people, cooking, ressourceful. My appartement on Paris is always open to friends and friend of friends ; )
What's more (and after this boring presentation) and in a very tremendous boost of culture, I would love to remove all your clichés about french people : ) Most french people are not all communists (*not all), smokers, sophisticated and chic (some truth), effeminate, and arrogant (only parisians people and when american wanted to make the war in Irak, ok we are arrogant). In return, you can dismount all clichés about american people. Most American are not fat, with an arm in each pocket (to kill muslims people of course), puritans, the first nation of the world and ignorant of geography ( : O)
However, there is one cliché on french people that I never can't hide : we don't speack English very well.
That's why we must meet !