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A Busy Introduction to New Zealand

As I sit at the gate at the airport, there are hundreds of thoughts running through my mind. I see many unknown faces surrounding… More

Chloe Seletz University of Otago, New Zealand

A Busy Introduction to New Zealand

Chloe Seletz February 20, 2018

As I sit at the gate at the airport, there are hundreds of thoughts running through my mind. I see many unknown faces surrounding me, but I know they are feeling the same way I do. The feeling of unknown, but also excitement for the many adventures we… More

The Beauty of Being a Newcomer

Sam Laughlin February 14, 2018

One of the first things I noticed when I arrived in London during my first week of orientation was how culturally diverse the city was. Yes, every city is home to various groups of non-locals from near and far, but there is something different about… More

Nostalgia

Julianna Aiello February 7, 2018

These downtrodden streets are so wise as my feet ache over the knolls to my apartment. Already I have gained the intense skills required to cross the street, order a coffee how I like it, and turn on the water heater twenty minutes before I need to shower… More

A Word On FOMO and Being Sick While Abroad

Javier Agredo February 5, 2018

As my first week in Greece draws to a close and once-in-a-lifetime orientation activities transition into classes as usual, I’m left with a range of emotions and sentiments and, unfortunately, a slight cold which has forced upon me the executive decision… More

New Beginnings

Danica Tamura January 31, 2018

It has officially been a little over a week since I have settled in my new home here in London – so I’d like to reflect on the past week and what has been going on. Going into my study abroad experience, I was extremely nervous for multiple reasons: leaving… More

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