Why You Should Study Abroad Your Freshman Year

Studying abroad is often the highlight of many collegiate careers; however, many of these adventures abroad don’t happen until after sophomore year when more opportunities are available. While I support studying abroad as often as you can, I highly support finding a way to take a study tour at some point during your freshman year. … More Why You Should Study Abroad Your Freshman Year

When Your Best Friend Can’t Travel: Tips for Surviving Friendship Abroad

Your bags are packed and tickets are in hand. A knot of anticipation starts to form in your stomach, but there’s also a knot of apprehension. You should be jumping with joy, but something is missing — your best friend. You certainly don’t want to leave your dearest friend behind. After all, your best friend … More When Your Best Friend Can’t Travel: Tips for Surviving Friendship Abroad

My England Itinerary

It is a truth universally acknowledged that an English major in possession of a British literature specialization must be in want of an England study abroad opportunity. Wait, wrong story. As much as I love Jane Austen, this isn’t Pride and Prejudice. I’m not in search of my Mr. Darcy or any other single, wealthy young … More My England Itinerary

A New Destination

I had been writing a post about Latino culture and the kitchen to highlight the local dishes in Costa Rica, buuuuut my computer decided to hide my draft. Still, the timing was pretty fantastic considering the news I received this weekend. Drum roll, please…. I’ve been offered the chance to tour England with one of … More A New Destination