Getting the Most Out of Your Study Abroad Experience

This blog entry was submitted by Andres Marinay Morell, who studied abroad in Madrid, Spain. “Studying abroad is the best decision a college student can make. If you think about it, this is the only time in our lives when you will be able to live in Europe without having to worry about anything other than learning and enjoying yourself. Once graduation arrives, it’s time … Continue reading Getting the Most Out of Your Study Abroad Experience

Toilet-side Talks: A Year Abroad

This blog entry was submitted by Adni Utter, who is studying abroad in Costa Rica. Featured photo by Charles Deluvio on Unsplash. “I LOVE FOOD. Honestly, it is one of my favorite things aside from books. Mealtimes are the best part of the day when I am at home, so naturally, they would continue to be that way when I am abroad, right? Well… Yes and no. My … Continue reading Toilet-side Talks: A Year Abroad

Traveling Abroad As A Woman

This blog entry was submitted by Victoria Cantu, who is studying abroad in Paris, France. “Since I enrolled at St. Edward’s, I knew I wanted to study abroad.  It was constantly being advertised and I knew so many people who came back every semester from different countries, happier than ever before.  I reached out to the global engagement office my sophomore year, in hopes to study … Continue reading Traveling Abroad As A Woman

Student Protests at Home vs. Abroad

This blog entry was submitted by Caitlin Khal, who studied abroad in Paris, France. “In the three months I’ve been studying in Paris so far, I’ve heard so much about issues of gun violence and school shootings, the NRA, and Trump from back home. My mom asked me if I had ever heard about the topic of guns or gun violence as a concern among high … Continue reading Student Protests at Home vs. Abroad