Japanese Fashion

Amy Nguyen Major: Management Rikkyo University, AY 2018-2019 Tokyo street fashion is famous all over the world. You can see images of Japanese fashion on social media, and videos with fashion related content all over the internet. The styles here are all very unique, and some are not afraid to dress outside the box. People…

Realizing That Where I Am Is Much Like Being Back Home

Taylor Pace Major: Journalism University College Dublin, Fall 2018. Being in a foreign country, it is quite a given that there are going to be a lot of differences between that particular country and the country where you are from. Now as stated in previous blog posts, being here in Ireland is a lot…, I don’t…

Culture Shock in Japan

Amy Nguyen Major: Management Rikkyo University, AY 2018-2019 Despite being Asian, this was the first time that I have ever stepped foot in to an Asian Country. I did not know what to expect. The moment that I stepped out from the airport, my mind was completely blown. My first thought was there’s so many…

110 Arabian Nights

Morgan McCullough Global & International Studies / Spanish Major, Arabic Minor Non-WMU Program: IES Rabat, Morocco At the beginning of my semester, I wrote 5 questions that I hoped I would be able to answer by the end of the semester. Naturally, nothing went as planned. The streets looked nothing like how I pictured them, and I…

What to Pack for a Study Abroad Semester in the Netherlands

Katelyn Krulek Advertising & Promotion Major HU Applied Sciences in Utrecht, Netherlands, Fall 2017 Let me just start off by saying congratulations! If you’re reading this, chances are you’re planning to spend a semester abroad in the Netherlands. Any preconceptions, fears, anxiety, etc. that you may experience is normal. Worry not, though, because I can promise…

Sorting Through Week 1 in Bangalore – IndiBroncos 2017 Day 6

Joe Haiduc Management Major India: Sustainability in the Developing World, Fall 2017 Today we went to one of the Parikrma schools in Bangalore. At this school, the kids come from families that are very poor and have so little. When we were watching the introduction video, they mentioned how they go to kids’ houses to…

A Cornucopia Of Events-IndiBroncos 2017 Day 3

Brianna Brown Anthropology and Spanish Majors Social Justice and Sustainability in India, Fall 2017. Today could be described as a cornucopia of events. A good mix of every kind of emotion from hope to humility. Early in the day we took a bus through the bustling traffic to the International Society For Krishna Consciousness where…

How to Blend With Maghrebian Culture via Fashion

Morgan McCullough Global & International Studies / Spanish Major, Arabic Minor Non-WMU Program: IES Rabat, Morocco Packing for Morocco as a female was initially not an easy task. I scoured the depths of the Internet for travel blogs about what to wear and the common consensus seemed to be to make sure shoulders and knees…

Global Similarities- Art

Ellie Heinz Major: Marketing Summer II Global Ambassadors Scholarship Program, 2017  Art isn’t a black and white concept that is easy to grasp. It’s more of a colorful concept full of many different in·tri·cate designs that stand for something special. Sometimes it’s hard to understand art but that doesn’t mean we should move on and…

What I Love About Spain

Courtney Bergstrom Majors: Speech Pathology and Audiology Universidad de Cantabria, Spain, Summer II, 2017 The Spaniards have a great style, everyone is always very put together. Unless someone is going to work out, you do not see many people wearing casual work-out clothes or leggings. Even the people who are on the side of the street…

Spanish Fashion

Vanessa Chiodo Major: Spanish Universidad de Cantabria, Spain, Summer II, 2017 If there is one thing I have learned out of the classroom in Spain, it’s that the Spanish love fashion. In America, especially on a college campus, many girls wear yoga pants and sweatshirts. Americans love some good athleisure clothing. In Spain, every sidewalk…