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  • Elizabeth
  • University of Minnesota
  • 2015 Fall

How to Survive without Your Phone during Study Abroad 11/03/15

In the United States, the Internet gives us access to pretty much anything at any given time. At home, we all have plenty of data on our plans each month, and there’s free wifi essentially everywhere we go. If I have a question, I google it. If I need to get somewhere, I use my […]

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  • Elizabeth
  • University of Iowa
  • 2015 Summer

I Am Not Afraid 07/06/15

Ciao! Now that I am back in the US, I have really been able to process my whole study abroad experience. It went by so fast and I learned so much in just four weeks. I traveled to various towns – big and small – in Italy like Cinque Terre, Verona, Rome, Asolo, Marostica, Cittadella, […]

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  • Olivia
  • Iowa State University
  • 2014 Summer

Ocean, pool, balcony, Italy 06/03/14

Frustration. My immediate response when I found out our flight to Nice, France has been cancelled due to strikes by the corporate airlines. After hours of planning and deciding where we wanted to go, a simple email ruined all of our plans. It was Thursday morning. We had approximately four hours to create an entirely […]

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  • Morganne
  • University of Oregon
  • 2012 Fall

46 Days Later 10/25/12

“What is your favorite CIMBA memory?” the piece of paper said. A slideshow of photos of us played in the background, a sentimental tune to go along with it. You would have thought it was the end of the program, but in reality it’s a little more than halfway through. Hard to believe, but only […]

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