Most students choose to remain in Chile despite continued civil unrest

Most students choose to remain in Chile despite continued civil unrest

By JAMES FINN

November 14, 2019

The study abroad office is currently working with students to ensure they receive the credit they need, regardless of whether they chose to stay or leave.

Waking up in the Galápagos

Waking up in the Galápagos

By HELEN RIESS

October 3, 2019

Sometimes we think we’re awake when we’re merely sleep-walking.

“Abroad changed me”

“Abroad changed me”

By LIOR SELVE

October 3, 2019

The last thing you’ll ever catch me saying when asked quickly about my year abroad is that it “changed me.”

Supporting Francophone Studies, Beyond France

By ZORICA RADANOVIC and CHARLOTTE CAHILLANE

May 9, 2019

In early October, Cameroon held presidential elections. The International Programs office decided to pull out the four students studying in the capital city of Yaoundé at the time.

Foreign Correspondents: Returning to Childhood in Paris

Foreign Correspondents:  Returning to Childhood in Paris

By AMELIA POLLARD

April 18, 2019

There were countless things I looked forward to when preparing to study abroad in Paris, but the idea of having a semester in which I felt more like a child than I have for over a decade, was not something that had crossed my mind.

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: 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.

Foreign Correspondents: Mariel Edokwe in New Zealand

Foreign Correspondents: Mariel Edokwe in New Zealand

By MARIEL EDOKWE

October 4, 2018

A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity has made me look at my life in a new way.

Students Talk Study Abroad During Trump Era

By BOCHU DING

October 4, 2017

Following a tumultuous election cycle, Trump’s divisive victory astonished the nation, and its aftershocks were felt around the world. On Oct. 2, Student panelists Shane Healy ’18, Vignesh Ramachandran ’18, Dan Adamek ’18 and Eleanor Eagan ’18 shared the unique experience of studying abroad ...

Healing through Art in Uruguay: An Intern’s Experience

Healing through Art in Uruguay: An Intern’s Experience

By Lindsay Grigg

October 14, 2015

On a hot summer Tuesday in Montevideo, Uruguay, I walked down the fluorescent–lit hallways of the Hospital Pereira Rossell, past people waiting in rows of metallic seats. The constant low hum of conversation hung in the air. One could hardly imagine the scene that was about to take place — some...

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