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Staying Safe Abroad for LGBTQI+ Students

Staying Safe Abroad for LGBTQI+ Students Written by Dave Landry Jr. Studying abroad is an incredible and life changing adventure for many students. The number of students choosing to participate […]
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Spending the night in an Internet Café

Rodney McGary | Machida, Japan | Spring 2015 You may have read the title and thought, “What the heck?!” Well, that’s one of the many convenient things about life in […]
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Getting Around in Tokyo

Rodney McGary | Machida, Japan | Spring 2015   Riding trains in Tokyo is by far the easiest way to get to anywhere you want to go in the city […]
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Japan: A Country of Convenience

Even though the regular Spring 2015 semester is officially over, the students in Machida are only mid-way through their semester abroad! We will be sharing journal excerpts written by Spring […]
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Discovery in a City So Old

This is an excerpt of Scot’s journal, which he kept throughout his Summer abroad in Seville. He shares with us a peek into the Moroccan trip that is part of […]
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5 Quick Tips to Surviving Florence

Are you studying abroad (or planning to) and feeling a wee bit nervous? Fall 2013 Study Abroad alumna Kiyana has very kindly shared some insights and tips with anybody planning […]
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Packing for your Study Abroad Program

“What to take” or “what not to take” on a trip can become a major dilemma. Often one may become quite overwhelmed by the desire to pack everything, believing that […]
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How to Prevent Jet Lag

What is Jet Lag? In layman’s terms, jet lag is the disruption of your internal clock, the one that tells you when it’s time for bed and when it’s time […]
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