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A Few Thoughts About Courage

Last December, I sat in the back of an unfamiliar lecture theater at Belmont University. Hundreds of students representing… More

Jay Burnett Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand

A Few Thoughts About Courage

Jay Burnett June 22, 2017

Last December, I sat in the back of an unfamiliar lecture theater at Belmont University. Hundreds of students representing dozens of different majors filled the room, all sharing one commonality: our absence from Belmont’s campus for the upcoming semester… More

Departure Diction: Words of Advice Before Takeoff

Arcadia Summer May 30, 2017

By Caroline George, Sydney Internship Program, Australia Light and concise—those are the words I used to convey my desired packing style to Mom. Light meant I couldn’t bring more than one medium-size suitcase. Concise rejected my hammock, paperback books… More

How to Speak Spanish like a Chilean

Megan Anger May 12, 2017

It is no secret that the Chilean accent is one of the hardest accents to understand in the Spanish-speaking world. I was warned many times before coming here that it would probably take a month for me to just start to understand Chileans when they speak… More

Euro Invasion

Katie Thompson-Taylor May 5, 2017

I'd like to say that my semester abroad has taught me deep, meaningful lessons about myself, my place in the world, and humanity at large. And perhaps it has, as the more I travel, the more I realize that people are a lot more alike than they'd probably… 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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