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The student experience becomes more internationalized every year, with more students from overseas coming to North America, and more domestic students embarking on semesters or years abroad. 

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If the UN decides a region isn't an endangered site anymore, is that good news? Or bad news?

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There are plenty of options for students who want to combine studying with a love of travel, but now you can actually get a degree in it by majoring in geotourism at Missouri State University.

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In remote regions, far from medical care, identifying potential problems early on can help prevent minor ailments from becoming serious emergencies.

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Our photos can have a major effect on the people and places we visit. Here are some ways to help make it a positive one.

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Thailand's tiger temple claims to be a wildlife sanctuary, but that's not why hundreds of tourists visit every day.

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Five years ago, the tsunami took thousands of lives and changed Thailand forever. Finally, the tide is beginning to turn.

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Heading to the land of Oz, but you don't speak "Australian"? Verge covers the basics of Aussie Strine.

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Heading to the land of Oz? Be sure to check out our must-dos while you're there!

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Argentina's cartoneros stay up late looking for recyclables in the trash bags of Buenos Aires. Finally, someone's looking out for them.
Argentina's road to democracy has been a bumpy one, with military coups, inequality and corruption along the way.
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