Return Reflection

After spending nearly four months in London, home feels a little bit different. Maybe because a part of me considers London to be home now. It’s amazing how quickly people adapt to change, isn’t it? Just a few months ago, I was nervous. I didn’t know how long it would take me to “get used”…

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London: A Tourist in Your New Home

It’s amazing how fast fifteen weeks can fly by. I wanted to see as many attractions, museums, and plays as I could during my time in London, so I made sure to research all of the “must see” things to do before arriving for my study abroad program. I knew that if I made a…

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A Foodie in London

A Foodie in London As a truly global and diverse city, London has an endless amount of restaurants to satisfy any of your cravings. Your options range from the traditional English meals of meat pies and fish & chips; to the nation’s unofficial official dish: curry; and popular Italian and American dishes that are recognized…

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First Month in London

Living in London is a dream and my adjustment to the British lifestyle was almost too easy. As someone who had very little experience living in a big city and navigating public transportation, I was pleasantly surprised to find London’s tube system straightforward and easy to use. I have met so many genuinely kind people…

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Pre-Departure: London

The decision of whether or not to study abroad was easy, despite this move being far out of my comfort zone. I have lived in the same house my entire life, attend college in the same city as my high school, and have never been away from my family for an entire semester. Studying abroad…

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