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Category: Identity

Opposite Ends of the Same Spectrum

Caleb Han, Study Abroad ’15 & ’18, Northwestern ’19 M.S. Civil & Environmental Engineering B.S. Industrial Engineering & Psychology Coming into Northwestern, study abroad...
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A Life-Changing Experience

Olena Cruz, Study Abroad ’09, Northwestern ’11 International Studies, Communications Studies, Business Institutions Sometimes the best moments in life are the ones you didn’t...
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i don’t want to go back

August 19th// I am on the plane back to Boston. I’ve decided that living in the United States is not something I want to do...
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berlin poor but sexy, i’m just poor

July 2nd // It was 4am, we were on our way to another club. I was tired but excited. I never went clubbing at...
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Rematch

The last time I was in Switzerland, Switzerland had won. On my last visit to the land of chocolate and fondue, I was romping...
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To be Bosnian

Prior to arriving in Sarajevo I had considered Bosnia to be a Muslim country and as such was excited to be able to visit...
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Week one in Belgrade: A lesson in Identity.

My time in Belgrade came to an end approximately four weeks ago, however because I was so focused on being present in every new...
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Not too far from home

From an altitude of 10 Km, on my way back home from Copenhagen, the Alps look as stunning as always. I have been blessed...
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Transitioning from Belgrade to Sarajevo

The unique aspect of the NU in Serbia and BiH program is in fact that students get to live and study abroad in two...
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Rediscovering my identity abroad

As I mentally prepare myself for study abroad at NUS, I reflect back on my first study abroad experience – to here, America, 10...
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