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Athletes discuss how studying abroad has changed their perspective on the world:

For senior equestrian rider Kelsey Thatcher, life is about more than training, practicing and competition. It is often forgotten that UGA athletes are students as well, and that their perspectives extend beyond their sport to the world around them. 38 more words

The Red&Black

So since we’ve been back from Galway/Adare/Killarny, not too much has happened. I was super sick with some crazy Irish flu, then volunteered at the West Waterford Festival of Food, went to a Ghaeltacht area (a primarily Irish speaking region), and went back to Kilkenny with my housemates for a mini-get away before finals kick in full force.   751 more words

My Internship

One of the things I really was interested in doing while studying abroad was an internship. Because of the nuances in the differences of education between the United States and the United Kingdom I was left having to take a lot of ‘Major’ classes in psychology, which aren’t usually taken all at the same time. 845 more words

Been around the world, don't speak the language

Saying I’ve been around the world is probably a huge exaggeration but somehow that Jason Derulo song became our anthem during our trip so it only felt right to use it. 3,317 more words


Copenhagen, Denmark

In an attempt to get to know Scandinavia better, I visited Sweden’s neighbor Denmark! Copenhagen is the capital of Denmark, which was only a short plane ride away from Stockholm. 346 more words

Study Abroad

Catacombs and Along the Seine

The third and final leg of spring break ended in Paris. We left Brussels fairly early on the 11th and took the train from Brussels right into Paris. 558 more words


Some things I've done..

Not too much has been happening since my last post, but I really don’t think I could be happier here now.  A few weeks ago was when I began to reach the peak, when the magic began to fade – I began to realize that this wasn’t all fun and games, and that things were going to start feeling  896 more words