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Category: England

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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And we’re back

I am grateful to have been able to have gone abroad as a second year. I finished my first year at Northwestern full of...
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goodbyes

Goodbyes are so hard. For me, this entire past week has consisted of alternating between fermenting in the library to prepare for exams and...
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living my best tourist life

UCL has a really strange term set up; reading week is the first week of November but exams are mid-December. Consequently, this week doesn’t...
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mindset reset

I felt academic fulfillment for the first time in a couple years this past week. For an anthropology class called Introduction to Material and...
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Asian American in London

Only two weeks have gone by since I’ve arrived in the UK but I’ve already come to realize how much of a niche I’d...
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Life, post london

Leaving from London was very difficult. It was not only difficult to leave the vibrant, somewhat posh, and active city, it was difficult to...
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Traveling and Site Visits

One of the things, if not the thing, everyone most looks forward to when studying abroad is traveling. And trust me, you can get...
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Registration at UCL

Forget everything you know about registration at Northwestern. The process for registering for classes at University College London (UCL) is completely different. Enrollment appointment,...
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Livability of London

London…worth living in? Absolutely! The city of London is home to over 8.5 million people, which does not include the curious travelers passing through...
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