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Academic immersion means stepping out of the classroom and into a bigger learning environment.

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How I'll remember my time studying abroad. 

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Does adapting to Russia mean choosing to be "beautiful"?

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Semesters abroad are designed for more than studying and sleep. 

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In the days before my departure, I'm thinking about what it means to study abroad.  

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I walked my way from being a tourist to a resident of St. Petersburg.

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My tips for learning about your new city solo. 

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Sometimes, not wanting to travel is more than just "cold feet."

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What's the difference between Russia and other countries of the former Soviet Union?

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What's in a name? As Katrina learns while studying abroad in Russia, a lot. 

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Here's why it's the perfect time to start something new. 

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Religion is a subject that's often avoided. But when it comes to travel, should it be?  
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