International Amusement Parks

by Brooke Finkill Okay, I’ll confess. I truly never feel happier than when I’m at an amusement park. As soon as the weather starts warming up here in PA, I start thinking about when I could go to a local amusement park near me, like Hershey Park. And, I’ve been lucky enough to go to…

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A Global Guide to National Parks

By: Brooke Finkill One of the benefits of being a student during a pandemic is that there are so many more opportunities to virtually work or intern in places that wouldn’t have been available before. Because of this I got an internship with the National Parks Service virtually! I currently intern for Cumberland Island National…

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Traveling in Europe- tips that won’t break the bank

By: Emma Padner Traveling abroad for a full semester or even a week can be scary, especially looking at your bank account. I’ve compiled some tips and tricks that helped me travel for relatively cheap, and hopefully they’ll help you, too! TRANSPORTATION: Busses When I was in Ireland, I used the city busses to get…

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Study Abroad Take-Aways

By: Leeannah McNew My study abroad experience was a big first for me. It was the first time I had ever left the country. I had never been abroad before. Not even to Canada or Mexico or to U.S. territories. So I was very excited, but also terrified. The what if’s had started to cloud…

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Top 7 Affordable Places to Eat in London (That Aren’t English Cuisine)

By: Casey Tsou 1. Piccadilly Market First is Piccadilly Market, or any street market for that matter. The street food throughout London is all delicious and there is something for everyone to enjoy. I’m writing about this one in particular because it was right by the Bernard Jacobson Gallery, where I interned for six weeks.…

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Study Abroad- more than a vacation

By: Emma Padner Studying abroad has been one of the most transformative experiences I have had since becoming a college student.  I traveled to South Africa in summer 2019 and Dublin, Ireland in the spring of 2020. Both experiences were vastly different and I was able to grow personally and professionally through both programs.  The…

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Adapting to Life Abroad

By: Lauren Horne Schoolwork can be daunting for any college student, but a different challenge is added when going abroad. When I studied at Goldsmiths, University of London, I was so excited to take classes with my British professors and classmates. I figured school life there wouldn’t be too hard. They speak english so that’s…

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Day Tripper

By: Jackie Grace During my time in quarantine, I have been looking through old pictures and thinking about my time away… you know, as you do when you’re sad and not allowed to leave your house. Recently, my reminiscing has turned into planning and I have started to research different countries I want to visit…

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Reasons to Study Away as a Non-Klein Major

by Brooke Finkill If you’re anything like me, you may not have known about Klein Go or the programs that we offer. And, if you’re even more like me, this is because your major is from another college. Klein GO offers so many unique programs that are open to any major. Once you open yourself…

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Embodying Your Study Abroad Project: Tattoos

By: Isaac Smoler Schatz I didn’t know I would come home from my study abroad experience in South Africa with two new tattoos. I can definitely confirm that they not only remind me of the experiences from being abroad, but also represent the running theme of my time there and the friends I made. I…

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Embracing Pride Abroad

By: Casey Tsou In honor of National Coming Out Day/Week, I am excited to be reflecting on my experience as an LGBTQIA+ woman of colour abroad! Although being queer is a large part of my identity, I didn’t consider the effect it would have on my time abroad, positively or negatively. The other parts of…

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Real Talk: Mental Health While Abroad

By: Lauren Horne When I studied abroad in the Fall of 2019, there was one thing that scared me most about my three months away and that was my anxiety disorder. At one point I was convinced that I would never even be able to go abroad because of my anxiety but luckily here I…

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