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The Art of Noticing

I am halfway through my time here in Florence—which is so crazy to think about—but that also implies that I have been able to develop a routine here. I know what streets to take to get to my academic classes vs. my dance classes vs. my fav café, and I rarely have to use google […]

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An Underground City

An Underground City Prague has been a well-known city since the 5th century when it was first written about by a foreign trader in his journal. Throughout time, Prague has changed drastically as the world has evolved. However, throughout all of Prague’s history, the Vltava River has flowed through the center of the city. The […]

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Swimming at the Sunshine Coast

One of the hardest things about choosing to study abroad was leaving the team I know and love behind, to thrust myself into a new experience without any knowledge of how my team is doing while I’m not there, or if I will even be able to swim while I am abroad. Regardless of everything […]

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Meanwhile In Australia…

It is impossible to describe how much growth comes with studying abroad. From choosing where to go, to getting on the plane, to realizing that you’re in a new country and there is no looking back, you learn things you never thought you would have the opportunity to know before and meet people from different […]

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The Happiest Place on Earth

There is a musical essence to Irish culture that swept me up almost immediately when I arrived in Cork seven weeks ago. People in the street, at school, in shops, pubs, the park, and wherever I find myself, all seem to be connected by a never-ending positivity expressed through song. Whether the presence of songs […]

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School’s In Session

by Casey Bermingham Blog 1: School’s in Session It’s hard to express how much insight and knowledge I’ve gained from just one month of studying abroad. Between my classes and the learning experience that day-to-day life is when you’re abroad, I know so much more than I did when I started this journey.  The first and […]

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Prague’s Peacock Royalty  

Part of the reason I chose to study abroad in Prague is because I did not know much about the city at all. When I arrived in Prague, I did not have classes for the first week, so I took the time to explore the city and meet new people. I went to many famous […]

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Out In The Elements

By Mackenzie Kirby Introduction Hi! My name is Zie and I’ll be a junior this Fall Semester of 2023. I am pursuing a Creative Writing Major with a Film Minor. This past Spring Semester I studied in Moss, Norway, becoming one of the few students from Salve Regina to go abroad in the Scandinavian region. […]

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La perolata mía: The Information I Wish That I Had Known Before Studying Abroad

Introduction Perolata. A word that, if searched, does not exist. Instead, the results that emerge are for the word “perorata,” which is defined by the Real Academia de Lengua as a “discurso o razonamiento, generalmente pesado y sin substancia” (discourse or reasoning, generally weighted and without substance) (n. pág.). But that is not what a […]

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