I’ll never forget stepping off the airplane for the first time at the Beijing airport and thinking to myself “What the *#@&$ did I just get myself into?” I didn’t know a lick of Mandarin other than ni hao, and prior to leaving I probably couldn’t have found Xinjiang, the province that was to become my new home, on a maShareThis
I was very privileged to be chosen by The David Project, a Boston-based Pro-Israel advocacy organization, to travel to Israel with other 31 campus leaders from different colleges from around the US.
6 Reasons a Traveler's Life is like The Doctor's
Lately I've been playing some RPGs, or role playing games. The most popular RPG—and probably my favorite—is called Dungeons and Dragons. One of my best friends, Samuel, first introduced me to Dungeons and Dragons.
Buon Giorno! To continue with our College Programming Series, we are featuring Andrea Aloe, who studied in Florence and Siena, Italy! Andrea is one of our participants who studied abroad specifically to learn the Italian language.
The cliché Travel broadens your horizons is so true.
Lake Titicaca, Peru