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Global Classrooms: Diversity of Study Abroad Participants Remains Limited

BY MOLLIE SIMON Passports are the doors to the different cultures, customs, foreign foods, exotic experiences, and unique perspectives found on the expansive, orbiting rock we all call home. According to the United States Department of State, a total of 13,287,573[1]¬†Americans applied for passports in 2014 and over one million international flights took to the… Continue reading Global Classrooms: Diversity of Study Abroad Participants Remains Limited

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Different Color, Same Soul

By Vanilla Sherry I packed my suitcases, arrived at the airport, waved to my parents and then went to the security check. Shining under the beautiful warm 2 pm sunlight, the large airplane stood on the ground peacefully. I knew it was time to leave. I had a hard time making decisions about where to… Continue reading Different Color, Same Soul