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Student Perspective: Ask why NOT study abroad instead of why

Joe Bagazinski, 2014-15 New Zealand and Sydney Sustainable Business student blogger, writes:

Hi everyone! My name is Joe Bagazinski; I am a senior marketing student from the… 263 more words

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Vienna Waits for Ewe

There are some reunions that belong in movies. When friends are joined at long last, the most beautiful emotional meetings are produced at the end of a montage of running through crowds and beaming faces, with an appropriately sappy song playing in the background. 1,262 more words

Little Moments On A Big Continent

There is a burden that comes with going abroad and returning home. It is the burden of retelling your story and experiences in a transparent truth, but most importantly, to not do an injustice to the stories of the people you met briefly or were able to form a relationship with.This blog’s purpose is for the comfort of my own soul as I weigh the challenges and the richness of three and a half months abroad in South Africa. 962 more words

Picturesque as a Shamrock

September 26, 2014

Top of the morning to ya! Guess who’s in Ireland.
We’re docked in Dublin and there is actually green everywhere. It’s not a stereotype! 293 more words


Please Allow Me to Introduce Myself

Hello there! Since you’ve stumbled upon my blog, I may as well introduce myself. My name is Alexa, and I am a sophomore at the College of Charleston in scenic Charleston, South Carolina, U.S.A. 666 more words


Interlaken, Switzerland

After my wonderful time in Spain I was headed to Switzerland to meet up with my friend Sydney! I was really excited about this trip since going to Switzerland has always been a dream of mine! 587 more words


France: Tower, Pictures, Monet, and Death

Hello, everyone. It’s been tooooo long. I am SO behind on blogging that it’s not even funny, but I’m about to catch you up. I am now home from my semester of traveling the world, but before I can tell you about the overall experience, and why you should travel internationally, and how I’ve been changed as a person, I must – first – fill you in on the remainder of my journey. 410 more words