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Britney is studying abroad for a year from Fall 2015 until Spring 2016 at the University of Sheffield in England. She lives and goes to classes in a church and often rides a paternoster.

Sheffield at a Glance

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Britney is studying abroad for a year from Fall 2015 until Spring 2016 at the University of Sheffield in England. She lives and goes to classes in a church and often rides a paternoster.

We’re Not In Oregon Anymore

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Tori traveled to Germany in the fall of 2015. She learns about credit and debit cards (or lack of) and other German customs. It’s the little things that are different than back home.

Colorful Chaos

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After studying abroad in Santander in 2014, Sara is now abroad in Mexico at the Universidad de las Americas.  Although she’s already been abroad, this experience is much different.

A Growing Confidence

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Grace is studying abroad in South Korea where she experiences the great entertainment, food, and more.  She also is able to improve her confidence in speaking Korean.

It’s the Little Things

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I keep looking through my pictures and showing my favorites to my family. I’m happy to be home, and even more grateful to have a friend to talk to about our adventures in Ireland. But while I’m sure that this out of place feeling will eventually go away, I can’t wait to go back to Ireland and I’m already making plans for my next adventures.

さようなら Japan

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Last summer, Lance traveled to Japan to study abroad at Aoyama Gakuin University during the summer of 2015. Now that he’s returned, he reminisces about the time that he’s had.

Missing Korea

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Time flies, it has been three weeks since I left South Korea. It’s nice to…

Language and Technology

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My time in Japan thus far has been a wonderful learning experience. I will admit I have missed home and I have definitely learned the value of certain things I did not value so much before.

Reverse Culture-Shock

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The very real phenomenon that is: Reverse Culture-Shock. Yes, it’s a real thing. Just ask Sydney!

Humidity and Public Transportation

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Tyler Richardson quickly learns about the differences between Japan and the United States but continues to push himself to learn more.

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