Which student hasn’t dreamed of traveling abroad? Some dream of spending a summer in South America, teaching in impoverished areas. Others dream of studying a semester abroad in Italy, completing their degree during the week and wine tasting on the weekends. But just like almost everything else in life, these dreams come with a price […]Read more "A Broke Student’s Guide to Traveling Abroad"
After spending nights at airports, flying for 32 hours and traveling to different countries around the world I have learned that there are certain items that are crucial to handling the airport like a boss. Portable Chargers- Truly genius inventions. These little gizmos were made for workaholics who are always plugged into their phones and travelers who […]Read more "Handling the Airport Like a Boss"
As a traveler there are just some things that make you want to punch people in the face whether it’s at the airport or at home. The offender can be anyone from a total stranger to the person sitting next to you on the plane to your friend. To prevent annoying a traveller you must […]Read more "The Irks and Quirks of a Traveler"
As most of you know by now, I have been selected to intern this summer in South Africa for an environmental journalism and travel writing program. I have always wanted to study abroad but never had the means to do it. And by means I mean MONEY. The little piece of paper that rules my […]Read more "We did it."
New York City is a mixture of present, future, and past. Part of the past that is constant throughout the Big Apple appears in the form of cathedrals and other religious structures. I had time to quickly visit both cathedrals (actually I was able to visit the Brooklyn Bridge, Central Park, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, and […]Read more "Ethereal Cathedrals"