Study Abroad

At 16, I found the perfect study abroad program. There was just one thing standing in my way: My mom. 
How not to get taken advantage of in a city that's in the midst of a housing crisis. 
Munich is no Berlin, but alternative culture still thrives here. 
My culture shock took so long, I didn’t notice that it was happening.
For academics, scholars and researchers, travelling to international conferences means sharing ideas, accessing new resources and expertise and, of course, eating free pastries.
I'm trying to figure out how to squeeze out every last moment for what it's worth. 
Terms papers, exams and stress still exist overseas.   
A chance encounter changes my perspective—and reminds me why I'm studying abroad. 
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