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Samantha Yen's Semester in Review!

Samantha Yen just wrapped up her Junior spring term abroad at the University College Dublin.  Read a little bit about her experience there below! 

“The promise of excitement and adventure drew my application for a semester abroad in Dublin, Ireland this spring. 533 more words


An introduction to Oxford: What really happens at a History of Art Undergraduate Open Day?

Not even the rather dreary forecast of ‘summer’ showers could dissuade or dampen the spirits of some several thousand prospective applicants from visiting Oxford as part of Oxford University’s Undergraduate Open Days in June. 1,045 more words

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Improvements wrap up around campus

Athletics, humanities, dorms, and grounds see positive change

Students at Seward County Community College starting classes Aug. 15 will come back to a campus that’s been significantly upgraded over the summer. 999 more words


My top 10 things about being a student in Sheffield

By Stephen Leonforte who graduated in 2016

Sheffield is an amazing city. Nestled in the North, between Manchester, Leeds and Nottingham, the City of Steel presents a diverse range of opportunities and experiences to explore as a student. 800 more words


'Back to School for Katy Shearsmith'

This year the US in Schools Mentoring Team were able to offer four School Placements in June. These are week long placements in schools for mentors considering a career in teaching to gain experience within the classroom. 512 more words


A Feel for Fringe

The first week of the Fringe Festival has just kicked off in Edinburgh and the city has transformed from a beautiful, historical Scottish capital to a tremendous hub for thousands of daily performances ranging from opera to… 719 more words


Catching up with life at SCENE

Each year, a small group of Masters students is based at the University’s field station, SCENE. While they must travel into Glasgow for classes, they get truly unique experiences, some of which are chronicled in our Behind the SCENE blog series. 1,000 more words