Category Archives: Study Abroad

7 Myths and Misconceptions I Discovered (and Some I Believed) While Studying Abroad:

By Quinn Kanner, ’19 // Professional Writing Before I studied abroad, I had certain ideas of what I thought each place was going to be like. This varied from expecting to meet many fellow redheads in Ireland to assuming that the way the temperature/weather is measured around the world would be the same. The more […]

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How I Kept Up My Love of Dance While Studying Abroad

By Quinn Kanner, ‘19 // Professional Writing I couldn’t give up dancing during my semester abroad in Argentina; so of course, I also wanted to continue taking dance classes during while I studied abroad in Ireland. In Buenos Aires, I studied styles of dance that I was already familiar with because taking the classes in […]

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Adventures Abroad Part 1: South America

By Quinn Kanner, ’19 // Professional Writing What could be better than stopping for a selfie with an Alpaca in Urubamba, Peru. (It’s actually a bit of challenge to get them to pose with you!) Photo by me, Quinn Kanner. Studying abroad doesn’t just provide the opportunity to learn about the culture of the city […]

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How I paid it forward while studying (and volunteering) abroad.

By Quinn Kanner,’19 // Professional Writing I think that volunteer work is a great way to give back to the community, but I haven’t had time to do any since I started college. So, when my academic advisor in Buenos Aires shared a list of potential volunteer opportunities, I jumped at the chance to get […]

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What Can I Eat While I’m Abroad?

by Quinn Kanner, ’19, Professional Writing major One of my biggest fears about studying abroad was if I was going to be able to find food that I could eat, especially in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where I am currently studying. You see, I’m a lactose intolerant vegetarian who is studying abroad in a country that’s […]

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