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Embracing the Unexpected Adventure

We had a plan. A loose plan, but a plan nonetheless. We knew which train to catch, which bus to take and how far to walk… More

Jay Burnett Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand

The Allure of Quiet Coffee Shops in Foreign Countries

Jay Burnett April 26, 2017

My love affair with coffee didn’t take hold until I headed to college. Crossing state lines (or, in my case, multiple state lines) came with a culture change; growing up in Smalltown, Wisconsin, carrying a Starbucks cup was more of a fashion statement… More

An American in Paris

Caitlyn Rome April 25, 2017

Arriving at each new city, the traveler finds again a past of his that he did not know he had: the foreignness of what you no longer are or no longer possess lies in wait for you in foreign, unpossessed places” ― Italo Calvino, Invisible Cities I… More

I Went Traveling!

Mitch Peiffer April 24, 2017

These past two weeks, I was traveling! I got to see Berlin, a place I’ve been wanting to go since I started learning German in high school, and Prague, a wonderful city with lots of history, lots of culture, and lots of amazing sights to see! I had a… More

End of the Semester

Bailey Smith April 22, 2017

School in Scotland is incredibly different than school back home in the States. I knew, coming here, that things would be different for me obviously. At home I go to a small private school where a lot of my classes are capped at 10 people. The University… More

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