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"Just keep writing"

Before graduating from college, one of my favorite professors looked very seriously at our small class of nervous, soon-to-be English degree-holders and said, “Whatever you do, just keep writing.” 377 more words


"Jordan is my Stepping-Stone" by Alisha Olson

As a returning adult student to University, the decision to study abroad was not an easy one.  Not only was I worried about being one of the oldest in the group, and not fitting in, but I also worried about what I perceived as major sacrifices that I would have to make at home.  457 more words

Area & Arabic Language Studies

How a Semester in the U.K. Jump-started My Career

Janean studied abroad with ISEP at the University of Sunderland in the Fall of 2012. She is currently finishing her Psychology degree at the University of Regina… 979 more words

Study Abroad

Application Deadline for International Peer Mentors Fri., April 24

International Peer Mentors (IPMs) are official International Education student-staff members. They play a critical role in making sure international students feel welcomed and get the most out of their Shoreline experience. 49 more words


Reflections: Cuba

At the famous Buena Vista Social Club in Havana, where audience participation in the evening’s entertainment is obligatory, the compere asked members of the audience their country of origin. 780 more words


“Muslimeen or Misreen?”

The man I knew was wearing aviator sunglasses, an off-brown gallaba down the full length of his body and white Croc sandals, the same exact outfit he had been wearing two months ago. 647 more words


A View of PSU's International Reach

In December, I blogged about the Current State of Internationalization at PSU. I am happy to report that a lot has happened to advance our internationalization efforts in the last few months. 474 more words

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