Staycation: Making the Most of Where You Are

We’ve all been there. You’re talking to a new group of people, doing an icebreaker, and everyone is asked what their favorite hobbies are. And there is always that one person that says “traveling”. This common response might draw some excited head nods, or maybe even a few eyerolls, but it doesn’t always lead to…

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How to Not Get Tourist Trapped

by Alexandra Pombo Everyone has a list of places they want to visit. From major cities, to national parks, to famous landmarks, and everything in between. So, when you are taking a trip, how do you balance the tourist locations from the more local spots? This balance can be the difference between a memorable trip…

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I Survived!

My name is Trisha Goldsborough and I am traveling with Klein GO’s London program. This marks a monumental moment in my life: I am traveling abroad for the first time, an adventure foreign in my mind. I decided to pursue this trip to prove to myself that I can live a fulfilling life with an…

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How’s Berlin?

People have asked me, how’s Berlin? Well, there are no exact words to describe it, but Berlin is like a warm hug from a friend, your mom, or anyone that you love. Since the first day, I adapted really quickly because the city is really similar to my hometown, where people like to hang out…

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London Bound!!

Hello! My name is Kate Wetzel and I’ll be taking you along with me while I sightsee my way around London this June! I am a rising senior (very weird to say) studying Media Studies & Production. Although my time here at Temple is rapidly coming to an end, I’ve always dreamt of studying abroad…

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Best in Show

East versus West coast As I am trying to settle back into my old life back on the east coast, I am still stunned at my experience I had in Los Angeles. I loved it more than I expected or can explain. Since there is so much I experienced in LA, I am going to…

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Los Angeles, California: The reality

When you hear Los Angeles, California, what do you think of? Do you think of celebrities, Hollywood, hopping off the plane at LAX or visiting a famous landmark? While this is all apart of LA, the city has much more to offer. I recently returned home from my trip to LA. I took part in…

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Preparing myself for an Internship of a Lifetime

By Cristina Pomales OMG, 10 days away! As I start to create this blog, Klein GO’s Global Internship Program, based in Berlin, is preparing me to experience an internship of a lifetime. However, before departure, I’m taking Intercultural Communication in the Workplace and has been helping me in my development of intercultural communication, organizational communication,…

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Finding Sobremesa in Barcelona

Sobremesa doesn’t have a direct English translation, most attribute its literal translation to be “over the table,” but its colloquial meaning is far more interesting. It refers to the time spent with company after a lengthy meal, usually following dessert, a tradition created by the Spanish. In my family, we show our love through food…

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Sunrise, Sunburn, Sunset, Repeat

As the semester comes to an end and summer just at the fingertips, we all are thinking about getting that nice summer tan. All we gotta worry about during summer is enjoying ourselves and not getting too burnt (while maybe getting a little jealous about those people who “never burn”). Goodmorning, I am so excited…

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And the Academy Award goes to….

As a child (or even as an adult), have you ever imaged winning an award? Being famous? Acting like an A list celebrity at the grocery store in your small town? Maybe having a fan girl moment… or multiple. Hi, I’m Jenna Modica and I’ve imagined it all. I’m 21 years old and currently a…

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Unconventional Travel Through the Pandemic While at Temple

By William Meade As the days wind down until I graduate in May, it’s been bittersweet to look back at my Temple experience. As a freshman in the fall of 2018, I had no idea what my future would hold and how my journey through undergrad would shape me into the young adult that I…

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