I have travelled a fair amount in my young life. When friends and family find out that I am leaving, we go through the normal “wheres” and “whens.” Never failing, they...

William Wordsworth, a nineteenth century English Romantic poet, once travelled through Wales composing his poems, heavily influenced by his surroundings. In my travels through South Wales with CEA this past weekend,...

Study Abroad in London

It was a dream that came upon me too quickly to process. I arrived in London one day before the London Fashion Weekend started, I saw the signs on Oxford Street,...

1)    There is Always Something Going On There is absolutely no excuse to be bored in Londontown! Between museums, pubs, theatres, parks, historical landmarks, and restaurants, there is never a dull...

I can say with a certain level of confidence that all study abroad students enjoy traveling (otherwise why are you here?). With that shocking revelation all sorted out, I can guarantee...

Regent’s Park is a hot spot for local Londoners  1.  Read the News Everyone will tell you this, but it is some of the best advice you will receive before embarking...

I knew before I applied for my semester abroad that I wanted to experience life as an intern. While it is a bit daunting and a little intimidating, having an internship...

Since I’ve been living abroad, I have picked up some rather humorous colloquialisms popular here across the pond. While many (and I mean many) of them are rather inappropriate, I have...

At this point, I was shaking It might have been nine years late, but this semester, I got my letter to Hogwarts! Everything about it was magical (if you have to ask...

The phrase, “it’s expensive, but totally worth it” might just be the death of me this semester. After being here for less than two months, I am fully appreciating how expensive...