Maggie John reflects on her year abroad: why it was the best year ever, and why you should think about moving too.
Cost-effective methods of enjoying your year abroad
Lydia McKenzie shares her tips on how to navigate your year abroad amid the cost of living crisis, and how to make the most of it nonetheless.
Commuting: why it works for me
Caitlin Nagle provides an anecdote of her experience commuting from home to university for anyone who may be considering doing the same.
Travel, home and away
Ella Johnston talks over her summer travel and undertakings, showing that plans big and small make for great stories.
Prague: a city beyond time
Ellie Klein reminisces about her time in Prague and challenges the stereotypes often associated with the city.
The benefits of cultural exchange
Ruth Hetherington explores the joy of getting to know cultures different to our own.
A Strange Welcome to Amsterdam
A Strange Welcome to Amsterdam Ellie Klein outlines her initial experience of moving to Amsterdam for her study abroad experience. Uitgang and ingang were the first words of Dutch I encountered on that cloudy afternoon when I flew into Schipol airport. They mean exit and entrance, and for those first few days in Amsterdam, they […]
Draconian COVID regulations in Hong Kong
Draconian COVID Regulations in Hong Kong Austin Taylor covers how a strict COVID crackdown in Hong Kong affects travellers & residents. Generally, Asian countries have taken much tougher stances on COVID-19 than their Western counterparts. This is especially so in Hong Kong, where any travellers who are actually eligible to enter the territory are required […]
The Most Interesting Thing: New York City Edition
The Most Interesting Thing in New York City When exploring the ‘Big Apple‘, Tabitha Hannam says that if you ought to check out any place, take a peek into the tranquility of Greenacre Park New York City. Films, books, TV series, podcasts, songs and many more mediums have ingrained this city into our cultural consciousness. […]
Olivia Richards explores how to make the most of another summer spent close to home