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Mapping the city

Jeffrey Bilik, Public Health in China, Summer 2014 Where to start. It’s been almost two weeks now since I’ve arrived in Beijing, and there’s...
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Passing Time, Viewing History

Andrew Lee, NU in Berlin, Summer 2014 I have now officially finished my first two weeks of classes abroad in Berlin! I have already...
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Soccer in a Sea of 'Schland

Britt Jordan, NU in Berlin, Summer 2014 On Thursday evening, we watched the US-Germany game at the Kulturbrauerei, an entertainment complex in Berlin’s culturally...
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Putting the “study” in study abroad

Karolina Kielbania, Public Health and Development  in South Africa, Spring 2014   Greetings from Stellenbosch! This past week and a half has been absolutely incredible. South Africa...
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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...
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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...
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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...
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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...
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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...
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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...
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