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Getting Around London on a Budget

One of the most daunting things about studying abroad for me was hearing about the huge financial burden I was inevitably… More

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Getting Around London on a Budget

Mia Anastasio April 8, 2022

One of the most daunting things about studying abroad for me was hearing about the huge financial burden I was inevitably going to incur. When I would tell my friends and family that I was studying abroad in London, one of the first things they would… More

Exploring History: When to Be a Tourist

Ginny Lafean October 25, 2021

Since I got settled in my classes, I took a few weekends to explore the beautiful country I came to see. The past few weeks have taken me high and low throughout Scotland, and I don't think I've ever seen so many shades of green. The trips I've had so… More

When to Wine: Drinking in a New Country

Anna Depoian October 24, 2021

I want to talk about the topic many people gloss over when studying abroad in a new country: drinking. It is the elephant in the room, yet many avoid engaging in honest conversations about it. In Italy, the drinking age is 18. This means that the majority… More

An Unexpectedly Divine First Day Abroad


Jaden Lee March 18, 2020

Currently Studying at: University of New South Wales, Australia Homeschool: Bucknell University 3 hours of sleep. 22 hours of travel. I arrived at my orientation site, Quarantine Station, on Sunday, January 5 at 10:30 AM. It was a pleasant surprise… More

House Excursion: Blue Mountains

Jaden Lee March 16, 2020

Currently Studying at: University of New South Wales, Australia Homeschool: Bucknell University Centrality is one of the key advantages of studying abroad in Sydney. It’s easy to take advantage of the $2.80 travel cap on Sundays to do cheap day-trips… More

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