Study Abroad

Living abroad doesn't mean escaping the big issues back home. 
I thought I knew what to expect during my year abroad—but there are still surprises. 
When things don't go to plan, make a new one. 
Sipping sangria at sunset? To survive, sometimes it's more like hitting the books before bedtime. 
A guide to a typical night out in Germany's capital.
Losing my mom was a reminder that life goes quickly. 
Semesters abroad are designed for more than studying and sleep. 
Academic immersion means stepping out of the classroom and into a bigger learning environment.
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