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See ya soon, Africa!

My experience in Zambia was nothing short of AMAZING. We set up clinics that...

Through the Windshield

For the past six months, I’ve heard a steady stream of advice regarding...

Returning to the USA

Getting back home was a bit of an adventure. My flight was delayed 2.5...

Spanish School

Among all the other wonderful experiences that come with studying abroad,...

Abroad in Prague

Academics: I am studying at Anglo American University. It is a small,...

Abroad in Belize

Academics: This trip is a little unconventional because it is more of a...

UA in China: Visiting a Chinese Family

Our professor instructed my group of four students to be in the lobby of the...

What To Do When Things Go Wrong During Study Abroad

I have learned the hard way, through roughly 10 years of traveling abroad...

From Mountains to Sea Level: Back in the U.S.

I’ve now been back in the U.S. for two weeks, and though I was looking...

Highlights Sometimes Cover Up the Struggles

The past two weeks I have hiked 9 different Incan and Pre-Incan ruins,...

Living with a Host Family in Cusco, Peru

Initially, when I decided to study abroad one of my biggest concerns was the...

Finally back to the States

Having spent 5 weeks in Germany, I felt that I wanted to stay longer, but...

Coming Home!

I think that I may have had the most crazy series of return flights back the...

Morocco is home

I finished my study abroad program in Meknes, Morocco on July 27th. I ended...

Motivation for Studying Abroad in Florence Italy

Ciao, My name is Noah Dasinger and for the fall semester of 2018, I will be...

Shakespeare in Italy: Reverse Culture Shock

Howdy Friends, It’s me again. I am back safely in Texas after a...

Oh the places you will go!

Going abroad gives you the opportunity to not only call a new, fascinating...

My Barcelona Mom

When I decided to go abroad, my program offered me three different options...

Segments of Poverty in India

My study abroad class consists of 17 University of Alabama students who are...

Home from Belgium

After a month in Europe, I’m now home again. It’s bittersweet, because...