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Living Locally, Growing Globally

How a Small, Private College Located Minutes From My Hometown Allowed Me to Grow In Ways I Never Anticipated By Dominique Cornacchia,’18 // Broadcast Media Production major Searching for the Ideal College When high school students begin the daunting college search process, they often start with schools that are far away from home, hoping a […]

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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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