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Book # 17

 I have always been fascinated and mesmerized by the TajMahal.I have visited the monument thrice and every single time have been left spellbound.And to be honest, the book cover made me opt this book for a review! 752 more words

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Christina Mercugliano - Rome, Italy

Studying abroad was an opportunity I hoped for long before I even began the college process. I had never been overseas and craved the opportunity to experience the rich culture and history that Europe had to offer. 387 more words

Fall 16

H.D. says:

“We are voyagers,
of the not-known,
the unrecorded;
we have no map;
possibly we will reach haven,

Katheryn DeMarey - Florence, Italy.

Traveling is not something my family is familiar with. I’ve grown up with smaller vacations to Maine and New Hampshire but never out of the country. 306 more words

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Rachel Marino -Florence, Italy

I chose to study abroad because this opportunity will be a unique experience unlike any other that I will embark upon in my life. I am eager to learn more about the culture I grew up always getting a taste of. 226 more words

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Casey Keohan - Gold Coast, Australia

Growing up, I used to occasionally accompany my mom to work on my days off from school. While she was teaching, I would stand in the hallway of the education building at Stonehill College, admiring the pictures of the students who had studied abroad the previous semester. 464 more words

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Giana Sorrentino- Barcelona, Spain

I chose to study abroad because it is a very popular program here at Quinnipiac University. My sister, a Quinnipiac alumni traveled abroad to Rome, Italy for a summer term her sophomore year of college. 360 more words

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