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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Your Guide to Living Abroad After College

If you want to be more than a visitor when you travel; if you want to immerse yourself in a new culture; if you want to learn, grow, and experience those life-changing moments that seem to define study abroad programs… this one’s for you.

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Going Away Alone: What I’ve Learned

During my four years at Temple, Klein GO has provided me with the two most amazing travel experiences I’ve done so far! The Arcosanti spring break trip and my summer internship in Costa Rica were both so important to my growth as a person. Although they were very different programs, I applied without knowing anybody…

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Why Traveling Alone Doesn’t Have to be Lonely

By: Casey Tsou You’ll meet tons of new people! Traveling doesn’t last forever, but friendships certainly can. Yes, this is something you can do no matter how many people you travel with, but it comes more easily when it’s just you! When you’re mingling alone, you don’t have to worry about how the person or…

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Hello Dublin!

Hi everyone, my name is Kirstin Doogan, I am a Junior studying Advertising with a concentration in Art Direction! This semester I am studying abroad in Dublin, Ireland and attending Dublin City University. Today marks a week of being here and I already love everything about this place. Everyone here is so welcoming and makes…

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Sightseers & Chocolatiers: Two Days in Brussels

By: Jacqueline Grace I spent the summer of 2019 in London, England studying, interning, exploring and eating my weight in jam donuts. I loved every single thing about London from the ridiculous number of palaces scattered around the city, to the big red double-decker buses, to the way the Coca Cola Eye lights up at…

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The Last Day of a Londoner

I am an avid people watcher. I love sitting in busy places just taking in the sights and sounds. If you look around there are always interesting things to experience. Personally, this is one of the many reasons I loved this trip. I was able to live like a Londoner which also means I was able to see like a Londoner.

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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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My Top Favorite 100% Free Places in London

Hey everyone! We’ve finally made it to the great city of London. Before we plan budget trips across Europe it is important that we give ourselves enough time to explore one of the most diverse cities in the world. It is dubbed the city of luxuries 2000 years in the making. Old time American writer,…

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It’s in the Quirks

Hello again! It’s been about three weeks since I arrived in London, and I think I may be finally settling in. I had class, I started my internship, I’ve been on a double-decker bus, and I ate some fish and chips. These are the kind of things that I was expecting about my time in…

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Cheers, Dublin!

It’s hard to believe that I am back home in Philly writing my final blog post. Wasn’t it just yesterday I was sitting at the airport getting ready to take off?! As I sit and reflect on the last 4 months of my life, I am in awe at how much my experiences abroad have…

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