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Cuba Is What You Make It

It has been almost a month since I arrived in Cuba and Havana already feels like home. I’ve done so many amazing things that… More

Sarah T. University of Havana, Cuba

Taupō Travels & Tongariro!

Austin G. October 20, 2016

If you are planning on doing a North Island road trip, I suggest stopping in Taupō. A few friends of mine, and myself, decided that we wanted to do the Tongariro Crossing about a month ago so we rented a car and got a little B&B. I didn’t think much… More

Fees Must Fall

Emma S. October 19, 2016

Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world”  - Nelson Mandela As of late, I’ve been feeling as though my study abroad has been lacking in any actual studying. It’s been just over five weeks since I’ve last attended… More

Learning to "Rock og Roll" With It

Maggie H. October 17, 2016

If you were to ask my family and friends to describe me in one word, “easy-going” would not make the short list. Efficient? Yes. Sincere? I hope! But I have never been one to embrace complete spontaneity. However, being abroad has pushed me to cope with… More

The Story of How I Find Bookstores Everywhere I Go

Haley D. October 17, 2016

If you’ve read my first blog post, you will have discovered an incredibly important fact about me: I read a lot. I have always been a reader, will always be a reader, and hope to instill this love of reading into my children for generations to come. So… More

Make Your Voice Being Heard Great Again

Whittney Whitt October 12, 2016

It's a little upsetting when I constantly hear people, particularly people my age, claim that they will not be to voting this year. From the outside looking in I have to be perfectly frank that I think that America is looking mighty silly with its candidates… More

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