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Settling In

Because we rolled into town at about 5:30, most of the stores where I might have bought anything but food were closed. Already, I was suffering from the painful lack of Walmart. 882 more words



After my big day in London, I slept in the hotel and got up to bravely face the day. By this time I had mastered the shuttlebus, and I confidently stuffed my suitcases into the right spot. 574 more words


My day in London

After enjoying some typical airplane sleep, I got in to London at 11 a.m. on Sunday, September 14th. My extreme fatigue added to the weird feeling I had at finally arriving after all those months of planning and waiting. 455 more words


International Education Office helps students find study abroad programs

Kelsey Latham - Special to the Southern News

Globalization plays a large part in today’s world and students who want jobs in this increasingly diverse society should study abroad. 622 more words


Day Zero- Goodbye Missoula

I love mountains. Having lived in Missoula, Montana from the time I was born, I’ve been constantly surrounded. Specifically the view from my back yard- a tall, imposing, big wall of… 270 more words


Nagoya's Big Apple

Friday, September 12, 2014

As I sit in a moment of silence, I realize how much of a difference there is between Japan and America. My first impression of Japan is its efficiency when dealing with recycling and the generosity of those around you. 511 more words