If you spend too much time on Facebook while living abroad, this piece is for you!
Two new videos of study abroad students making videos of a popular song raise the question - how are students using their time abroad?
Ellis Island was the port of entry for the US for decades. Join me on a photo journey to the Ellis Island Museum, with a stop at the Statue of Liberty along the way...
Who on earth would choose to leave Italy? Gustav and Luca consider this important question in this new documentary, Italy: Love It or Leave It.
The film opens with a scene that still haunts me: People standing on a hill watching the wave hit and their city being destroyed, calling out to others on lower ground to "hurry" to higher ground while a black, relentless wave that sends houses floating like surfers creeps in after them.
Can't travel? Here are some tips about what to do about it!
Based on the number of graduates who achieve professional success within their field of study, many academic experts have long considered collegiate degrees in English to be impractical and irrelevant. However, English is today considered the international language of business, and those who can communicate in it well hold great value within the global job market. In addition, widespread Internet access has enabled millions of proficient English speakers worldwide to work remotely from home.
I visited the 9/11 memorial this summer. Finally. It took a long time for me to feel "ready" to see this place after such tragedy in my beloved city. Instead of writing about it in words, I will share photos of what I saw. It was a quiet place, with the exception of the rushing water into the North and South pools. I hope to share that atmosphere with you.
At what point can taking pictures while studying abroad go from being a great tool to a destructive obsession?
Oh my! Time does fly! Universities are starting up (or have done so already), your inbox is slammed, you're excited and inspired...and ready for the sprint that is the fall!