Skip to main content

Category: Food

Looking back on Paris

Abby Reudelsterz, European Union Studies, 2013 It’s hard to believe that I’ve been back in the U.S. for almost four weeks now. Since my...
Read More

French rudeness and Artisanal Pride

Romain Sinclair, Sciences Po Exchange, Fall 2013 The service industry in France, or at least Paris, seems to have fundamentally different goals than that...
Read More

Why Hong Kong is the best city for study abroad

Audrey Zong, HKUST Exchange, Fall 2013 As Northwestern students, we are lucky enough to have such a vast selection of study abroad partner institutions...
Read More

A ‘Turkey’ Thanksgiving and Two More Weeks

Audrey Cheng, Public Health in Europe, 2013 One of the greatest advantages of studying abroad in Paris is the benefit of having Thanksgiving weekend...
Read More

The bad, the ugly

Audrey Zong, HKUST Exchange, Fall 2013 I hope that the title got your attention! There are expectedly struggles that we face when going on...
Read More

Hong Kong Treasures

Audrey Zong, HKUST Exchange, Fall 2013 Besides the breathtaking skyline and the endless shopping Hong Kong is often known for, there are many overlooked...
Read More

Five Things to Expect from Living With a Host Family

Maddie Stuart, European Union Studies, 2013 1.) Some of their rules will seem silly—you still have to follow them. After being in college for two...
Read More

Leaving

By Victoria Hwang, Public Health in Europe, Fall 2012 My bags are packed. My clothes are washed, folded, and squashed into my suitcase. My...
Read More

ABC: the Holiday Season in Paris

Vasantham Annadurai, Public Health in Europe, Fall 2012 After a November packed with travel, I’m finally in Paris for good until we fly back...
Read More

Tea Ceremony

Anthony Chiodo, Political and Economic Development in China, Summer 2012 During our trip to Hangzhou, my classmates and I found a teashop in the...
Read More