Living Like a Local: Elevating Your Abroad Experience

Katie Coble October 12, 2018

Γεια σας από την Ελλάδα! (Hello from Greece!) I’ve been in Athens for six weeks now and the semester is flying by. I absolutely love this city - from coffee to the noise, to the tiny side streets. As a history major, Athens is the perfect place to… More

The Do's and Don'ts of Studying Abroad

Autumn Schorr October 4, 2018

Hello again! Better yet… ello loves! It has officially been two weeks since I have moved to the beautiful United Kingdom and begun my fall semester abroad. I’ve rode the tube, walked the London Bridge, biked through Hyde Park, dressed up for high tea… More

How to Survive Orientation Abroad

Katie Coble September 10, 2018

Orientation is always stressful, but especially so when you’re at orientation for a study abroad program. Acclimating to a new city, a new language and new classmates can feel overwhelming. Your schedule is likely to be packed with activities to help… More

The End of the Beginning

Bryan Mitchell July 18, 2018

Reintegration: I do miss living in New Zealand, but I do not find returning to the U.S. terribly challenging; a reason for this could be that I categorize travel and non-travel life separately in my brain. Also, I met or overachieved on all of my goals… More

Closing Time

Chloe Seletz June 21, 2018

As I sit in my favorite coffee shop reflecting on my time in New Zealand, I have so many thoughts racing through my mind. The first is familiarity, the fact that I have found my new favorite coffee shop. I have become so adjusted to life in New Zealand… More

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