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The Most Important Meal of the Day

In America, breakfast has been said to be the most important meal of the day. The video below, from buzzfeed.com, shows typical breakfasts from around the globe.

International Education

Changes

After rereading my last post, I realized that it’s been a long time since I last wrote and that a lot more has changed when it comes to my relationships with people and this world that I have entered into. 616 more words

Diary

Finding the corner of the world in Zaouiat Ahansal

In Arabic, the word for corner is zaouiat, so when I arrived at the tiny Amazigh village Zaouia Ahansal in the High Atlas Mountains, it’s no surprise that I felt as though I had discovered a little corner of the world. 473 more words

Goodbye, Philly...

Since my last update, I have survived finals, “graduated” (well, no diploma officially, until later this year, but you can only participate in the pomp and circumstance in May), packed up all my stuff in Philly, and moved back home. 761 more words

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Thank You Thursday - May 19th, 2016

Aspect Foundation’s inbox is flooded with notes from students expressing their gratitude for the experience they have had on student exchange. On Thursdays, we post one of these notes, sharing the “warm fuzzies” with all of you! 1,093 more words

Thank You Thursdays

International Education Awards

Nominations are open for the International Education Association of Australia’s (IEAA) Excellence Awards which recognise outstanding contributions by individuals or teams to international education in Australia. 20 more words

Subscriber Bulletin 19 May 2016

Join NAFSA’s Cuba Engagement Initiative

In late 2014, President Obama announced that the United States would be charting a new course on Cuba. The news was warmly welcomed by proponents of education diplomacy who had… 531 more words

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