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Travel Log 14: Global Connections and Rites of Separation by Daniela Scotto. Rome, Italy

If I have learned anything through my study abroad experience, it is how quickly time passes and how crucial it is to take moments to recognize this fragile concept. 1,171 more words

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Travelogue 14 "Global Connection & Rites of Separation" by Dejanay Richardson. Barcelona, Spain.

As I say my last goodbyes or “hopefully see you laters” to new friends and acquaintances I have made in Barcelona, I reflect on what it means to be a mindful traveler and studying abroad. 1,202 more words

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Travel Log 14 “Global Connections & Rites of Separation” by Casey Keohan. Gold Coast, Australia.

There is a difference between seeing the world and experiencing the world. Anyone can travel, to see the world and take in the real-life versions of iconic postcards and national geographic covers. 816 more words

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Travel Log 14 "Global Connections & Rites of Separation" by Katheryn DeMarey. Florence, Italy

Throughout our time abroad, we have all grown in more ways than we had originally expected. I think the biggest topic of growth that we all have experienced is “finding our true self”. 792 more words

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Travel Log 14 “Global Connections & Rites of Separation” by Rachel Marino. Florence, Italy.

Slimbach says that global learning can take us within the world around us, this is especially important for study abroad students because the opportunity to live abroad for a few months while in your 20’s is once in a lifetime for nearly everyone.  657 more words

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Travel Log 14 “Global Connections & Rites of Separation” by Christina Mercugliano. Rome, Italy.

In Becoming World Wise: A Guide to Global Learning, Slimbach writes, “If we allow, global learning will not only carry us into the world around us, but also into this world within” (Slimbach 54). 838 more words

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Travel Log 13: "Connecting Rites of Passage and Digital Story Telling" by JonCarlo DeFeudis. Seville, Spain.

As this week is the special time of year we celebrate Thanksgiving back home, I would like to take a moment to jot down my thoughts, as it is my first time away from my family for the holiday. 1,188 more words

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