The View from the Outside: Fellow Exchange Students and their Experiences – Kyran Penny

Having been in Sweden for almost three months now, I can safely say that I’m thoroughly enjoying my time here. Like with anything, studying abroad has its ups and downs, but the fact that I’ve moved so far out of my comfort zone and met so many amazing people from all over the world effectively … Continue reading The View from the Outside: Fellow Exchange Students and their Experiences – Kyran Penny

Things I miss about London – Miriam Jaffe

I left London mid-June, and every day since then has been a constant reminder that I’m not there. I’m in my final semester of university right now, and I can honestly say that I always come back to the fact that I want to be back in London. I miss it. I miss the bustle … Continue reading Things I miss about London – Miriam Jaffe

Tips for Maintaining Health While Studying Abroad – Carly Ann Noah

While I am by no means a fitness guru nor a travel expert, I feel as though I have amassed some knowledge about the relationship between physical health and overall wellness during my time in London. Anyone who knows me knows how much I love to eat and the experience of trying new foods. Studying … Continue reading Tips for Maintaining Health While Studying Abroad – Carly Ann Noah

What social media doesn’t tell you about study abroad – Miriam Frances Jaffe

I, just like many 20 year olds with a smartphone have a fair number of social media accounts. I refresh all my feeds more often than I should, and my day is often filled with liking statuses, double tapping photos, or trying out Snapchat’s newest filters. Now don’t get me wrong, social media is a … Continue reading What social media doesn’t tell you about study abroad – Miriam Frances Jaffe