Observations in Germany

Natalie Witham Major: Business German Business and Culture, Germany Summer I 2017 Since I  arrived in Germany, there have been many culture differences. From the food, human gestures, the fashion, restaurant service and even the bathroom experiences. Germany has two foods, bread and sausage. Of course there are other things to eat but I am…

The Magic of Cape Town

Marshall Lewis Advertising Major University of Cape Town, South Africa Spring Semester 2017 Hello from Cape Town! I have been living in Cape Town, South Africa for almost two months now and I still cannot believe it. The experiences I have been having are incredible on a day-to-day basis and the people that I have…

London is Calling!

Christina Chizmadia Major: Textile & Apparel Studies: Fashion Merchandising Minor: Event Management Program: Regents University, London UK The past month has been absolutely INSANELY UNIMAGINABLE!! I cannot even really describe just how crazy, fast-paced, incredible, fantastic, marvelous, fabulous and unbelievable my time here has been. After my first week of classes I started to feel sick…

4 Things I Wish I Could Pack in My Suitcase

Lauren Kondalski Majors: Marketing & Criminal Justice Paderno del Grappa, Italy As I sit on the plane waiting for take off I have complied a short list of things I couldn’t fit in my suitcase, but wished I could. My boyfriend As cliché as this number one thing is, it’s so true. I wish I…

Daily Life and Transportation in the Netherlands

Kaitlyn Johnson Accountancy Major Hogeschool Utrecht, Netherlands Spring 2016 Semester During times when I wasn’t traveling around my normal schedule would look like this: Wake up go to class, come back eat, spend the remaining time with the wonderful people I met from around the world and most likely walk to Jumbo ( this became…

Free Time in Magical Japan

Brittni Sackett Global and International Studies Major Religion and Culture in Japan Summer I short-term, faculty-led course      Throughout our trip we caught ourselves saying “Japan is a magical place” almost every day. From the beauty in the mountains, the temples, the shrines, the ocean, and the culture you are continuously amazed. Some things leave you…

Hello From Germany!

Kazmira Ruhland Management Major German Business and Culture Summer I short-term, faculty-led course I didn’t know what to expect when I came to Germany. I knew there were people, animals, buildings, food, plants, and water. Besides that I tried to keep an open mind. Germany is great. Instead of rambling on forever, I decided to…

In’s and Out’s of Germany So Far

Daniel Lopez Accountancy Major German Business and Culture, Germany Summer I short-term faculty-led course When I arrived to Germany I tried to exchange money at a teller however they did not want to exchange the $50 bill that I had as apparently it was “too old and worthless” my first attempt was an epic failure….

Pre-Departure Study Abroad Tips

Imani Jenkins Major: Advertising and Promotion Melbourne, Australia As I prepare for my semester down under, I have come across a few tips that will honestly help anyone going on a study abroad no matter where you are planning on going. You can’t take it all This was the first rule I had to give…