Wheels Up: Enjoying the Pre-Destination Ride

Being on the road in Costa Rica was host to so many great memories for me because it offered so much cultural exposure and wondrous sightseeing.

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Te Veo Pronto, Costa Rica

I am currently at the San José airport waiting for my flight home. As I made my way to the airport this morning, watching the mountains float past the car window for the final time, I couldn’t feel more of two emotions at once. The melancholy feeling of leaving something great behind, but also the…

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Want To See Two Coasts at Once? Come to CR

Living and working in San José, Costa Rica means I’m in the central valley: safely tucked in between mountain ranges and volcanoes. So, it is only expected that on the weekends I want to venture out of the crater of the valley! I only have one more week left here in Costa Rica, and I…

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Mó Dū Tips and Tricks

If you’re reading this right now, you’re probably interested in Shanghai and thinking of coming here. Well, you’ll be super prepared after reading this blog entry, because I will be giving you all the secret tips and tricks that will make your life easier in Shanghai.

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Magical City (Mó Dū)

In Shanghai, you can get off at any train station, walk around for a few minutes, and see an amazing view. The Chinese nickname for Shanghai is “Mó Dū,” which literally translates to “magical city.” My housemates and I would sometime make plans to go to an attraction in Shanghai, ends up getting off at…

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Finding the Sun During the Rainy Season

The past two weeks in San José have been thrilling, challenging, and beautiful. Nestled in the valley of the Sierra Madre mountains, the city’s enriched art and community-based culture was a pleasant welcome. Walking the streets of downtown San José and other neighborhoods, it’s common to see colorful murals, mosaics, and graffiti art. These pieces…

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Hello, San José!

Hello! My name is Caroline and I am a junior with a dual major in Media Studies and Production and Environmental Studies here at Temple University. This summer I will be interning in San José, Costa Rica through Klein GO’s Global Internship Program! My internship will be at the Centro Científico Tropical (Tropical Science Center)…

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Off to Shanghai

Hey everyone! My name is Amy and I will be interning in Shanghai, China this summer. I am currently a freshman at the Klein College of Media and Communication. My major is Advertising and I am also trying to get a music minor as well. I’m really excited about going to Shanghai, China this summer.…

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Hi, Hey, Hello.

Welcooooommmeeeee to my Barcelona Blog! My name is Marina Parsons. I am a 20-year-old graphic designer with a focus on logo design, layout creation, and branding. I’m currently a junior at Temple University in the Klein College of Media and Communication majoring in Advertising with an Art Direction concentration (oof, I know, a mouthful sorry).…

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Reunited and It Feels So Good!

Hellooooo Klein Go Readers! London keeps getting sweeter and sweeter. While all of us Klein students are approaching the ‘one month from leaving’ mark and wanting to pull our hair out thinking about it, we are making the most of what time we have left. Every new weekend brings about more and more travel stories,…

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Hong Kong | Vagabonding Asia

September 1st: Vagabonding With the program being finished for over a month now. I have spent the past month vagabonding across Asia, adding Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand and the Philippines to my passport. Here are some photos of those journeys. Closing Remarks: This Hong Kong internship and life experience was another once-in-a-lifetime opportunity! I was so fortunate to…

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Summer’s Lease Hath All Too Short a Date.

It would make sense that the best summer of my life would typically and tragically be the fastest, doesn’t it? It’s been said a million times in a million different ways. “Summer lovin’ happened so fast – Grease”, “Summer has come and passed, the innocent can never last – Green Day”. Even Shakespeare said “Summer’s…

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