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London Calling

Hello, my names Dagmar Seppala and I couldn’t be more excited to be living and interning in London. I am an incoming Junior at the University of Pittsburgh. 432 more words


The Adventure Begins - GBI London

These past couple of weeks I’ve been experiencing the usual end-of-summer denial. It happens every year. This time however, I’m not just in denial of returning to exams, long essays, and even longer nights spent finishing those essays, no sir. 551 more words

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Arriving home

It’s hard to believe that the summer is over and I have returned home from an amazing trip abroad. I have been able to travel to some great countries including France, Ireland, England and Iceland and have learned some great skills from my internship and I wish it didn’t have to end yet because there were so many more places and things I wish to see and so many more things I could have learned being abroad. 25 more words

Summer 2017

Rob Dolce IIP Berlin Final Post

Since I couldn’t find my 10th blog post from this program, I suppose I will rewrite it, but this time with the context of being home and a few weeks removed from the program and my experience abroad. 525 more words

Summer 2017


My time in Ireland is coming to a close and I’m both excited and sad. I’m eager to be home for a few days before school and see my friends. 421 more words

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Contrasting My Travels

This past weekend I had the opportunity to travel to the city of lights- Paris. I was absolutely blown away by the architecture, food, and the rich history of this city. 592 more words

Summer 2017

homeward bound

As this summer and my time in Ireland come to an end, I have time to reflect on my internship and my entire abroad experience. I have had an amazing time this summer and don’t think I would change anything (except maybe the amount of sun that Ireland gets.) I got great hands-on experience through my internship and got to meet amazing people through it. 248 more words

Summer 2017