Study Abroad

Three reasons not to turn your nose up at the path well trodden.
What I regret and what I appreciate most about studying abroad. 

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A glimpse into what life looks like studying Mandarin in Taiwan. 
My German was slow to improve in Munich. Here's why.
How can you settle back into a place that should feel familiar, but no longer feels like home?

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My first week abroad was marked by a lot of sweat. 

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How Chinese pop hits have taught me cultural lessons no textbook ever can.
A Canadian and Colombian reflect on the differences studying abroad.  
What happens when the novelty wears off?
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