• Where Will Your Journey Take You?

  • Kelsea Riddick, Ambassador, Onsite Internship, Paris

    Paris: Dream vs. Reality

    Stepping off the plane at Charles De Gaulle in early December felt like coming home. When I left Paris at the end of...

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    Escapade Mystère: Our First CEA Excursion

    Imagine getting on a train without knowing where you’re going. Yes, this sounds like something that would happen either in an abroad horror...

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    Tuscan Leather

    After arriving in Florence, one of the first things you’re going to notice is the abundance of shops and stands selling leather products....

  • Charles Bridge at midday.

    The great unknown

    I’ve always thought that the beauty of traveling to another country came predominantly from experiencing new cultures and ways of life different than...

  • Photographing the seaside at Valentia Island

    Well, I’m Home. Now What?

    It’s amazing just how fast another country can become home, how quickly the everyday aspects of another culture become normal. By the end...

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    A Whole New (Academic) World

    After having talked to a lot of other students in my program, I have come to realize that I was not the only...

  • Beef Tacos at Tlaxcal

    BARC[Eat]LONA

    In a huge city, how does one decide where to eat? As a foodie,  this is a battle I face weekly.  Barcelona has...

  • Study Abroad

    Initial Impressions – Buenos Aires Culture Nuggets

    I’ve only been in Buenos Aires for ten days so far, but I feel like I’ve packed in more living than I do...

  • The Calanques near Cassis, France. How can you be sad with a view like this?

    The Second Week Slump

      Week One: Everything is great! You’re in a new country! You’re making new friends! You’re doing so much with your life! Everything...

  • Just hanging at the Ponte Vecchio bridge

    Rome is Officially Home

    I never thought that I would this feel at home in the city that I were to study abroad in. I always thought that I...