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10/13/15 - ReginaThey’re more like guidelines anyways!
When I made the decision to go abroad to a school in the heart of the big city, I knew I would end up being busy. But I definitely underestimated just how hectic city life can be. I grew up in relatively close range to San Francisco, so I was somewhat familiar with city life. […]Read More
10/12/15 - CarliKillary Adventure Weekend with IFSA Butler
Last weekend many IFSA students from the different universities met up at the Killary Adventure Center in Connemara, which is located right along the Killary Fjord. We all got to try new and exciting activities such as clay pigeon shooting, the turf challenge (basically an obstacle course in mud), kayaking, zip lining, and much more. […]Read More
10/12/15 - DiemTienUnraveling hidden privileges
“There is in our society a gulf opening up, a kind of cultural apartheid, between those who are brought up to feel our national culture is theirs, to take ownership of it, and enjoy the privileges of that, and those who are completely disfranchised, those – for example – who will never be taken to […]Read More
10/12/15 - TroyA Trip Back in Time to Rapa Nui
There are few places that I never really imagined I would make it to in my lifetime, but Easter Island was one of them. Before deciding to go to Chile, I never fully knew where Easter Island even was, just that it was an island somewhere in the Pacific Ocean. Little did I know that […]Read More
10/12/15 - ArianaA place called Home
During this trip I have my share of homesickness, wishing for the comfort of a dinning hall so I do not have to go out and use my money to pay for lunch, or missing the gossip and giggles between my college friends while watching the latest episode of How to Get Away With Murder, […]Read More