Foreign correspondent: Becca Berlind in Barcelona

Foreign correspondent: Becca Berlind in Barcelona

By BECCA BERLIND

November 7, 2019

I often wind up at the mouth of the Mediterranean on Sunday nights.

Foreign Correspondents: Thinking About America in Siberia

Foreign Correspondents: Thinking About America in Siberia

By SEAN HOWARD

March 21, 2019

Alongside drinking crappy beer and “finding yourself,” it is an American college tradition to be jaded about our country.

Thousand Oaks: Reflection from Abroad

Thousand Oaks: Reflection from Abroad

By MIRANDA SEIXAS

November 15, 2018

How do you grieve when you’re in a different country, a world away from chaos? How do you mourn when you’re immersed in a foreign culture? 

Foreign Correspondents: Oxford, England through Photographs

Foreign Correspondents: Oxford, England through Photographs

By AIDAN ACOSTA

November 15, 2018

Aidan Acosta '20.5 shows snapshots of his life in Oxford.

Foreign Correspondents: Yaoundé, Cameroon

Foreign Correspondents: Yaoundé, Cameroon

By EMILY RAY

November 1, 2018

It didn’t feel like the country of Cameroon, situated between West and Central Africa, had just elected the same president, Paul Biya, for the seventh time, after having lived under his power for 36 years.

Foreign Correspondents: Amsterdam

Foreign Correspondents: Amsterdam

By ALEX COOK

October 25, 2018

I did not realize that I would be learning every second of my time abroad.

Foreign Correspondents: Considering Kavanaugh in Chile

Foreign Correspondents: Considering Kavanaugh in Chile

By VARSHA VIJAYAKUMAR

October 11, 2018

It is hard enough to be abroad and immersed in a completely different culture — to be around people completely unaware of something that means the world to you is crippling.

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