Calming Travel Nerves

With the recent pandemic came various travel restrictions. Flights were canceled, safety procedures were intensified, and it left many travelers feeling wary of their soon-to-be departures. However, it is still possible to stay safe during this time while allowing yourself to travel. Whether it’s to the beach, a road-trip across a few states, or a…

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Exploring Cuisine in LA

Hi friends! It’s Amanda: I’ve officially been in Los Angeles for six days. These past few days I’ve been able to explore LA’s unique array of food options and I’m so excited to share some of my favorite meals with you! The first full day we went to Santa Monica to witness the beautiful beaches.…

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Next Stop: Arcosanti

Greetings all! My name is Luke and I am a junior English major at Temple University. I am set to make my way out to the “urban laboratory” of Arcosanti over spring break of 2019. The prospect of this trip leaves me excited and grateful to be able to experience such beautiful new terrain and…

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Exploring London’s Dark Side

Hey guys! I’m Madeline, a junior Media Studies and Production major at Temple University. I have been counting down the days before I head off to London for an entire semester with KleinGo. I have been to London a couple of times before this trip, but I still feel like I have so much to…

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An Army Brat Goes Back Abroad!

Hi, world! I’m Lindsey Ferguson. I am a junior Media Studies & Production major who is writing this introduction blog post while also thinking about what shoes out of my 50 pairs to bring (no that was not an exaggeration).

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Next Stop: Dublin

Hello everyone! I’m Shannon, and I am so excited to say that I’ll be studying away in Dublin, Ireland this upcoming spring semester! I am a junior who is studying Public Relations and Sports Management here at Temple. It is currently December 30th, 2018 and my plane leaves America on January 21st, 2019. So I…

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It Almost Came Home.

How do you put into words that which is more than words? The feeling of everything you’re experiencing is new, different and enticing. Being in the ceiling of everyday Philadelphia my entire life, every encounter I continue to discover in England is that of my first sip of wine. It of course helps that the…

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Exploring Ireland: Week 2 & 3

It has been three weeks since I landed in Ireland and I can confidently say it is one of the most beautiful countries I have and will most likely ever visit.  During these past 2 weeks, we have traveled to many incredible places. We took a cruise to see the Cliffs of Moher from water…

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Exploring Ireland: Week 1

I have been in Dublin, Ireland for a week now and have already fallen in love with this mystical and beautiful country. While my trip was off to a rocky start with a last minute change in flight and loss of luggage, this bump in the road has not stopped me from making the most of my study…

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Comics Unqualified Episode II: Tara Flynn

On this episode of Comics Unqualified we have the incredibly successful, outspoken, wonderful human being Tara Flynn. Tara is one of the faces of the Repeal the 8th campaign in Dublin, Ireland. She can be seen everywhere you look spreading the message with kindness, sophistication, and humor.

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We’re Not in Hawaii Anymore…

I have a great new friend. And really I mean great. She is from Texas, goes to Howard University, loves reggaeton, hip-hop, and Lauryn Hill. She goes out with me to dance, and emboldens me to be brave and confident. She is intellectual, opinionated, and hard working. She is learning Spanish so we can communicate…

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Traveler’s Guide: By Someone Who Has Been There & Done That

“The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes.” – Marcel Proust Since I arrived in London, dozens of college students have been reaching out to me on social media to ask questions about traveling while studying abroad. The number one concern students always have is budgeting, which…

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