Archive for Category: "europe"
Studying abroad in France means that my boyfriend and I are apart for longer than we’ve been in four years. While we’re learning a ton about ourselves, we get lonely being so far away from each other. Here are six ways that we keep our relationship alive
Just a short distance from my new home in Kaiserslautern, Germany, there is a ton to explore–including castles, a forest, a garden, trendy towns, and two countries–Luxembourg and France!
This year, as a study abroad student in Paris, I joined millions of Americans in celebrating Thanksgiving overseas. Our fifteen-person potluck included all of the trimmings of an American Thanksgiving, along with the French essentials
Oktoberfest is the biggest party in the world. In 16 days, it brings in 6 million people who drink 7 million liters of beer. And while it’s clear that people go to Oktoberfest to drink beer, in the end, that’s not what the festival is really about
After high school high achiever Monika Lutz was rejected from every college she applied to, she decided to spend the next two years figuring out what she really wanted out of life. In her new book, Now What?, Monika traces her internships and travels through nine cities and six countries