Latest Issue: Summer 2016

Sam Mednick



Elephant Treks: Don't Get Taken for a Ride
Elephants, freed from the cruelty of Thailand's logging industry, now face an equally grim prospect: Tourism.

Con Voyage
How to avoid scams, keep your cash—and still have fun.

A Duty to Care
Are ad-hoc volunteers helping or hindering refugee relief efforts in Greece?

A World Apart
When you’re alone and far from home, mental health issues can be magnified. How to cope during a semester overseas.



Safe Passage
Risk Managers' top tips for staying healthy, happy and safe while studying abroad. 

Different Times of the Month
For young women in many other cultures, Aunt Flo's arrival brings fear and shame. These organizations are working to change that.

Healthcare Work in International Development
It takes a special skill-set to work as a healthcare provider in an international development setting. Here's what you need to know.

Cultural Crash Course in India
Volunteering at an ashram offers a peek into one part of India's rich culture.

Playing it Straight
Kaitlin Ellen Bardswich imagines a world where she doesn’t have to mask being queer while travelling abroad.

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