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Making travel a priority leads to enriching experiences

Making travel a priority leads to enriching experiences

by Catherine Van Weele, Opinion Editor // February 26, 2020

People are always being encouraged to travel around the world to have new, exciting experiences. With school or work, making plans to travel is not something...

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Finances shouldn't hold students back from study abroad opportunities

Finances shouldn’t hold students back from study abroad opportunities

by Karlene Sanchez, Staff Writer // September 4, 2019

Studying abroad is a beautiful way to broaden your horizons.  Experiencing the cultures and traditions practiced in another country, whether the people...

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Savoring the memories of my trip to Prague

Savoring the memories of my trip to Prague

by Lauren J. Mapp, Senior Staff Writer // January 30, 2019

Traversing across the winding, cobblestone streets from one destination to the next, we toured the beautiful baroque library and Meridian Hall of the Clementinum,...

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Students explore affordable study abroad options

Students explore affordable study abroad options

by Aretha Matsushima, Contributor // October 10, 2018

For those looking to explore the world through study abroad programs while avoiding the expense, the Study Abroad Office at San Diego State wants students...

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The university study abroad office is advocating for students to choose programs outside of Western Europe.

University pushing students to study in non-traditional countries, not just Europe

by Lauren J. Mapp, Staff Writer // October 10, 2018

While Western European countries remain popular study abroad destinations for San Diego State students, the SDSU Study Abroad Office remind students that...

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Boiling mud is one of several instances of geothermal activity at Námafjall in Iceland.

Lessons learned from traveling the world

by Lauren J. Mapp, Staff Writer // October 10, 2018

At a 2013 conference in Cliza, Bolivia, I sat drinking chica (a fermented corn beverage), snacked on corn and had a conversation with someone in multiple...

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Learning opportunities abound abroad

Learning opportunities abound abroad

by Briana Alford // April 29, 2014

America is the home of the brave and land of the free. Yes, on paper, America has great qualities. We were the first modern country to adopt a democracy...

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Switzerland: Stunning sights from mountain tops to grassy valleys

Switzerland: Stunning sights from mountain tops to grassy valleys

by Melissa Artobello // April 25, 2014

After departing from Italy, we entered Switzerland, driving through the country side along mountains, waterfalls, and lakes. Pure, beautiful nature. ...

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Italy: Country of carbs and cappuccinos

Italy: Country of carbs and cappuccinos

by Melissa Artobello // April 18, 2014

Up next on the Euro tour was Italy, where we spent 5 days and 4 nights exploring the peninsula, famous cities and landmarks, and the wonders of Italian...

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France: Je t'adore

France: Je t’adore

by Melissa Artobello // April 12, 2014

During my trip to London, my parents, aunt, cousins, and I took a 16 day Europe tour with Expat Explore. Our first destination was France. We crossed...

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Hawaii: Spring Break

Hawaii: Spring Break

by Melissa Artobello // April 8, 2014

What did I do for spring break? I went to Oahu, Hawaii with my parents and two friends. And it was amazing! The second after we checked into our hotel...

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Groveland: My personal retreat

Groveland: My personal retreat

by Melissa Artobello // March 28, 2014

Fun fact about me: My family owns a vacation home in Groveland, California. You're probably wondering “where the hell is that?”. I don't blame you....

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