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As any foreign teacher in Korea will tell you, there are always people coming and going. It’s the nature of the game when most people only stay at a given school for a year before going home or going to their next destination.
Parisians may not go to the gym, but many of them definitely like running. Even though it’s a big, crowded city, there are lots of great ways to avoid the traffic and people on the streets
Institutes of higher education tout their study abroad offerings as a complement to the residential college experience. While I agree with that viewpoint, my study abroad experience provided much more. My time in both Salzburg and Paris launched me into a lifetime of international travel
Homesickness is one of the inevitable downsides of traveling and living in foreign countries. Many times you can’t predict when or why you will be hit with the feeling, and there are other times when a certain day is coming up and you know that it will make you feel homesick.
On Control Top TV, University of Pennsylvania student Angelyn Irvin discusses her experiences while studying abroad in Paris, France