Every Wednesday, there is a free bus to Sainsbury’s (it’s sort of a large grocery store that also has clothes, electronics, kitchen stuff, etc. It’s like Target or Walmart but with more emphasis on the grocery part). There are two main stores to buy groceries… More
I’m exactly half-way through my study abroad experience and I still have no idea what I’m doing. Some days, it feels like I just got here; other days, it feels like I’ll be leaving tomorrow.
While I am most definitely not an expert at study abroad, here… More
Whenever I think of England, I always picture huge castles and Queen Elizabeth. Of course, this isn’t really what England is like. When we drove from the train station to Lancaster University, we had to pass sheep and cows. There weren’t any huge castles… More
A big part of studying abroad is planning travel to other countries, especially when Europe is so accessible. In fact, the number one question I get asked as an international student is, “What are your travel plans?” While this is a perfectly valid and… More
I’ve officially completed my first week of classes! I’m incredibly excited to delve further into each subject and form relationships with the other students along the way. I’ve found myself to be very lucky in the sense that all of my classes encourage… More