Appreciating Life Again While Studying Abroad

Nazli Tiyaloglu November 18, 2022

Just a few months ago, I would spend all of my summer days in my small room in my small town in New Jersey. At this time I was battling severe depression and anxiety due to recent events such as losing friendships, having a toxic work environment, going… More

Making Friends From Around the World

Emma Sutherland October 27, 2021

Studying in a new country can be difficult, and it can sometimes be hard to make friends. One of the unique things about the study abroad program in Granada is that it is an Arcadia-based program, which means that when I arrived here, I was met by Arcadia… 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

Roommates All Around

Anna Depoian October 13, 2021

For many people the idea of sharing your room, your space and your time can be hard. Going to college is scary enough without the added pressure of a possibly poor rooming or roommate situation. Going abroad is also scary. For me, I came to Italy not… More

Why London Mid-Pandemic Was the Best Risk to Take

Payton Sims October 11, 2021

Did I ever intend on studying abroad for my final semester of college? Absolutely not. But did I think that I would ever live through a global pandemic that literally shut the entire world down? Another no. When life seems to have a mind of its own for… More

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