Studying Abroad in London: 10 Places Not to Miss Like I Did, Part 1

by Heather Robinette / Feb 13, 2018 /
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Thanks for reading the next article in my series on traveling outside of London during your time abroad. If you didn’t get a chance to start at the beginning, make sure you read my first post here.

Literary Landmarks to Explore in Dublin, UNESCO’s 2010 City of Literature

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Literary Landmarks to Explore in Dublin, UNESCO’s 2010 City of Literature
 

Top Ten Things to do in Edinburgh

by Dr. Jessie Voigts / Feb 13, 2018 /
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Top Ten Things to do in Edinburgh

 

Florida Culture for the Week of February 10, 2018 By Josh Garrick

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Florida Culture for the Week of February 10, 2018 By Josh Garrick 

It Doesn't Matter How Many Times You've Seen the Movie - Here's Why You Need to See Sound of Music on Tour

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Surely you have at least heard The Sound of Music, whether it was on the big screen, a high school production, or from someone singing the classic notes of "yodel eh he hooo!" on the street. And you probably think it was the best thing ever, and NOTHING could beat out the (insert favorite version here). But you are quite wrong. The Sound of Music on Tour is well-paced, well-acted, well...clothed. With, of course, phenomenal singing. We were stunned at the opening song, moved to goosebumps and shivers (and not because it was cold).

How to explore Australia independently - and on a budget

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Have you always wanted to travel around Australia, but are concerned about the high costs? You’re right to be worried - it is one of the most expensive places to travel, and tours are expensive. BUT! Never fear - we’ve got a slew of budget travel tips for you, so that you can explore Australia on your own terms, on your own schedule, on your own budget. YOU can pick the things you want to see, do, eat, and explore - and have the trip of a lifetime while doing so.
 

Visiting Port Douglas, Queensland, Australia

by Asako Maruoka / Feb 07, 2018 /
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If you haven't wanted to visit Port Douglas before reading this, you surely will after. It's a tropical oasis just north of Cairns, on the northeast coast of Australia. It's the only place in the whole world with two World Heritage sites - the Great Barrier Reef (sigh) and the Daintree Rainforest.

Visiting Port Douglas, Queensland, Australia

Want to Study Abroad? Start Here!

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Study Abroad - it's our passion. Whether you direct enroll overseas, attend a program through your university or another, or learn abroad by volunteering, interning, and working overseas, you're one of the growing number of people who have garnered important international experience.

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Factors Influencing Lower College Grades

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While some students put their whole being into their studies, trying to write term papers or a thesis, make the most of their time to meet assignments deadlines, and perform their responsibilities as college club members, others may seek for the stuff to “brighten up” their life and relax. There is nothing wrong with enjoying your life and having a break from constant learning. However, it is important to understand that some things are incompatible with studying.

Through the Eyes of an Educator: Nature’s Elements

by Stacey Ebert / Feb 06, 2018 /

I can still vaguely remember a few class trips from primary school in New York. I have sketchy images of a visit to Fire Island’s barrier beach, a stop at the national historic site of Sagamore Hill, and a cool trip to a rock museum. I remember being able to touch geodes, collect water samples, and visit historical spots. But mostly, I recall standing outside, being a part of nature and connecting with the land. It’s weird that those memories are still visible and still felt all those years later.

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