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Category: Transportation

What I Learned About Traveling in Europe

Europe is unbelievably small, especially for someone who’s traveled to most of the Midwest by car. I’ve taken two road trips from Chicago down...
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Exploring Hội An

This past weekend, some of my GESI-mates and I travelled to Hội An in central Vietnam. We arrived in the lantern city after a...
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A Hanoi Welcome!

The air outside of the Hanoi airport felt like a sauna. As we moved farther from the airport air we had grown accustomed to...
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There and Back Again

Now that I have returned to Northwestern after spending four months in Zürich, Switzerland, it has been nice to return to familiar places and...
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You're Only Taking That?

If you see someone walking around campus with an abnormally large backpack, there’s a likely chance it was me. Rather than go home to...
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No Trouble Getting Around

One of the scariest parts of moving or studying abroad is the sense of urgency that grips you when it comes to travelling within...
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A Weekday in Berlin

I’ve grown to so love the 30 minute commute to class in the mornings. Walking to Mehringdamm and seeing shop-owners ready themselves for the...
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Pre-Departure

Prior to leaving to China, I took a little trip with one of my best friends to LA. Looking back on it now, it...
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Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

For the past four weeks, I’ve been taking two classes at Humboldt. One is a German language class and the other is about interreligious...
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The Bus Doesn't Wait

The saying “the bus doesn’t wait” has become all too popular among Northwestern students studying abroad in China. Perhaps it is because the phrase...
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