Coming back home :(

Carly  Siscos Host University Santa Clara University Leaving Santa Clara was very bitter sweet. On one hand I was super sad to be leaving California, Santa Clara Uni, and all the friends I made and became close with over the past semester. On the other hand I was going to New York and then eventually […]

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In the motion and spring break

Caitlin Harper Exchange to St John’s University, Semester 1  2018 As I sit here in Cancun, Mexico at a restaurant having just ordered nachos! I reflect on the past five weeks of my first half of the semester abroad in NYC. Classes are in full swing, and I’ve made some great new friends. I’ve joined a basketball […]

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SPRING BREAK!!

Rebecca Gower Exchange to St. John’s University Semester 1, 2018  I just got back from the most amazing week away! I caught a bus from Manhattan to Washington, D.C. for three nights. We went to Mt. Vernon which was George Washington’s house which was very beautiful and it snowed outside. We also went to The […]

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Activities, travel and aftermath

Adam Barrington Exchange to West Virginia University, USA Semester 2, 2017 West Virginia University offers seemingly endless opportunities for travelling America, meeting friends. These include club sports, university societies, recreational centre activities, sporting events, bars, clubs and so much more. Because a clear majority of students live right by the university everyone is much more […]

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Classes

Adam Barrington Exchange to West Virginia University, USA Semester 2, 2017   Whilst at West Virginia University I took 4 different subjects in a 15 semester. The First was Called ‘Human nutrition and food 171’ (HN&F 171). It consisted of 2-hour and a half lectures a week in a big lecture hall with around 100 […]

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The many different Cultures of Germany

Robert Macmillan Exchange to Catholic University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt, Germany Semester 2, 2017 On exchange you become quickly used to the cultural differences of a country. What’s not normal at first can become second nature. Germany is an interesting country for culture, regionally you can break down parts of Germany into very distinct, extremely different types of places. […]

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Goodbye for now

Sam McDonald Exchange to France Semester 2, 2017 Well I’m almost home from all my adventures abroad, I’m currently sitting in the Brunei airport reflecting on my travels while corny elevator music plays overhead. I wanted to write a final update before I left France but turns out I got so busy that I ran […]

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