Study Abroad

Why you should forgo Ubers and public transit in favour of your own two feet.
I've learned that jumping into the unknown always pays off.
What happens when the thing that brought you to a place becomes the thing you like least about it?
A spirit of adventure is the antidote to the monotony of routine. 
Not all cultural differences are easy to spot or identify, making it harder to adjust.
How I fast-tracked my language learning by working in a restaurant.
Studying abroad doesn't just change you—it can change your habits.
Studying Japanese tea ceremonies has given me greater insight into the country's culture and history.
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