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The Only Way is Essex

This semester I am studying at the University of Essex in Col­chester, England. It is an hour northeast of London by train. Here on campus live roughly 13,000-day students from over 140 countries, making it a very large and diverse campus. One of my favorite aspects of campus is meeting someone for the first time and being surprised by the accent escaping their mouths.
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The Study Abroad Office Answers All Questions

Are you considering study­ing abroad? Do you know how your financial aid and scholar­ships are used during that pro­cess? How do you know what classes are available abroad? The Southern New Hamp­shire University (SNHU) Study Abroad Office has answered all of these questions on their website found on the mySNHU webpage. Students can find answers to many questions there as well as through contacting
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Immersive Study Abroad Summer Program to Chile

I studied Spanish in high school for a few years and re­ally wanted to pick up on the language again...so I thought to myself, ‘Why not South America?’ said study abroad student Kristyn Laviola. The study abroad office has or­ganized their first interdis­ciplinary faculty-led trip to Chile. The trip is scheduled to take place May 15 to May 30. Students who are interested should
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So You Want to be a Tourist?

With Spring Break come and gone, the routines are set­tling in. Class, work, meetings, digging cars out of the snow, but one day the sunshiny time will come when you’re plan­ning a trip. Whether you’re in the states or across the pond, whether you’re planning a road trip or a Spring Break or a ten month backpack haul through the mountains, here are some
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Wyndee Takes on the Tunes

I am not an expert on mu­sic, but music has been an in­fluential part of my life. I lis­ten to mostly main-stream pop songs from my generation. When I was young, I was sur­rounded by influential Asian pop music that many of my peers talked about. That type of music is quite commercial. The songs have catchy melo­dies and are sung by popular celebrities.