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Hello Everyone!

In Awakening, The Art of Travel Fall 2016, Tel Aviv by Nathan1 Comment

Hello everyone! I am exciting to be joining you for the remainder of the semester! My name is Nathan Dee and I am a junior at Gallatin. I am originally from St. Louis, Missouri and I have spent the last two years studying at the NYU New York campus developing a concentration in large carnivore conservation biology. This year has …

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Alright So…

In Awakening, Florence, The Art of Travel Fall 2016 by Harry1 Comment

Starting is the hardest part, so this is me starting I suppose. Just to get the words flowing, you know? I’ve never written a blog before, so you’ll have to bear with me if I seem a little rigid at first, but whatever, I’ll get the hang of it. My lack of blogish experience may also may also be somewhat …

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Selfishly abroad

In Awakening, The Art of Travel Fall 2016, Sydney by Anne3 Comments

Hi, I’m Anne and I’m here purely and selfishly for me (to be blunt about it). Reading “Why we travel” all the reasons sounded so noble: to experience a new culture, to learn to see the word differently, to share your culture, to appreciate, to ask questions ect. But, I don’t care to see the world. Call me naïve, but …

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Czech America

In Awakening, The Art of Travel Fall 2016, Prague by Zianna4 Comments

I don’t know how many LA valley girls have found themselves studying in the Czech Republic. Definitely not many. I suppose I wouldn’t be here if I didn’t attend NYU, probably the best choice any 18 year-old could make. I first realized my desire to travel when I was a thirteen year old decorating my bedroom. I chose to adorn …

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In Disregard of Home

In Awakening, The Art of Travel Fall 2016, Prague by VivianLeave a Comment

I’ve been told studying abroad will be the peak of my existence. It doesn’t get better than this, eighteen years old, living the dream! I’m a sophomore in Stern studying Marketing and Information Systems with a minor in BEMT at NYU Prague. Some of my favourite things include karaoke, coffee shops, and animals wearing clothes. An experienced tourist from humble …