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  • Emily's Study Abroad in Argentina Blog

    Weekend in Buenos Aires

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    Hola! The past weekend we spent in Buenos Aires! Our hotel didn't have good WiFi so it was hard to contact anyone but I arrived in my city today! Friday we went on a city tour and saw all the different Barrios, or regions/neighborhoods of Buenos Aires. We went to the Plaza de Mayo, which is like...
  • Emily's Study Abroad in Argentina Blog

    T-24 hours

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    Hello everyone! I am so excited to be blogging for you all during my trip! I’m a senior Spanish major at West Chester University in West Chester, PA. I was originally Pre-Med with a Spanish minor when I studied abroad in 2012. I always assumed that one day I would be able to go to Spain so when...
  • Caroline's Study Abroad in France Blog

    Traveling in Europe On A Budget

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    One of the many reasons I always wanted to live in Europe is because of all the travel opportunities available. It amazes me that I can hop from one unique country to the next in a matter of hours. From Paris, Brussels is an 80 minute train ride, London is a 2 hour flight away, and cities in Germany...
  • Chandler's Study Abroad in England Blog

    Life Abroad

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    Life abroad at first was an incredible adjustment. I was homesick almost immediately . By the end of January, I was counting down the days until I could finally go home. I felt uncomfortable in my room and felt uncomfortable in the city. This was the first time I was away from home for more than a month...
  • Leica’s Study Abroad in Australia Blog

    Fun With N-Flat and Newman

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    Honestly, Newman College has been such a blast to live in for the semester. I was originally really skeptical because people who had studied in Melbourne Uni told me that Newman was going to be boring and strict, which I learned was ABSOLUTELY NOT THE CASE. When I stayed at Queens College for the International...
  • Leica’s Study Abroad in Australia Blog

    National Gallery of Victoria: Ian Potter

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    For my contemporary arts class, we had to go to the National Gallery of Victoria in the beginning of the semester. I was planning on going to the museum anyways, but I decided wait and go with my class. My class ventured to the museum on the second day of class, which I thought was weird considering...
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