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living a dream: part 1

Even on the rainiest of days, England has a way of enchanting its visitors. As I write this, I am looking out of my dorm room window at the roof of the home directly opposite my bed, with a chimney pumping out smoke to heat the building. Although the sky is not particularly bright or […]

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The SPAINish Language

¡Hola! I’m Izzy and I am currently a Junior Spanish major with a minor in Secondary Education studying abroad through Academic Programs International (API) at Universidad Pablo de Olavide (UPO) in Seville, Spain for the Spring 2018 Semester. Seville is part of the region of Andalucía, which is located in the south of Spain near […]

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I am the Sixteen Percent

By Hannah Lussier Since I decided to study abroad in Chile about a year and a half ago, I have been excited to announce my plans to anyone who would listen. In the process, I learned that I had unknowingly placed myself among a unique group of students. My new reality is that less than […]

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Costa Rica Here We Come. Week One Done!

I know I’ve been a little late posting this week. So here it is! When I woke up this morning I saw a post from one of my study abroad friends, Oleg Chuchin (NJ), who has described our study abroad experience so far as: “Studying Abroad can get quite difficult. One must figure out how […]

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