Retaining Faith While Abroad

When SPS sophomore Arik Rosenstein was considering where to study abroad this fall, he knew two things: he wanted to understand how soccer influences the lives of people in another country and he wanted...

London Is Not the New York of Europe

Before making the journey to study abroad in London, I imagined it as simply a bigger, older New York City. But it didn't take me long after arriving there to realize how distinct the...

Building That Home Away From Home

I’m learning as much about myself here as I am about Italy. I used to think that I was so independent; I didn’t need anyone. I was always happy no matter where I was...

Big Apple vs. Small Shanghai

As my third week at NYU Shanghai approaches, I’m thankful to have finally settled into a routine, familiarized myself with the best eats nearby and stopped getting lost around campus. NYU Shanghai consists of...

Why I Can’t Stop Studying Abroad

NYU students typically expect to start their first year under the arch in Washington Square Park, but I began mine in the shadow of the Arc de Triomphe. My first year in Paris was...

My First Taste of Tuscany

Home to rolling hills of olive trees, citrus-colored villas and a sprinkling of statues from antiquity, the NYU Florence campus makes an impression from the first sight. In less than 12 hours of being...

Here’s What I Learned During My Time in London

When I stepped off the plane to begin my study abroad, London greeted me with torrential downpours and winds that turned my umbrella inside out. As I dodged puddles, the reality of what I...

Day in the Life: Berlin

Berlin is a wonderful sprawl. Wide open plazas, enormous public parks and adorable European bike lanes take the place of skyscrapers, concrete and traffic. Everything is achingly beautiful because it’s Europe, yet remains practical...

A New Yorker in London

Everyday I am in London, I find myself missing New York City more and more. I miss Joe’s Pizza. I miss jogging at Hudson River Park. I miss the subway being open 24/7  —...

Libros Entre Libros: A Look Into Argentina’s International Book Fair

Argentina is known for its rich food, wine and cultural history. But, what some Americans may not know is that the European-esque country also holds a deeply-rooted love for literature. This month marks Buenos...

Day in the Life: Buenos Aires

My mornings in Buenos Aires always begin with a hot cup of cafe con leche. Caffeine runs in the veins of this city. A meal isn’t complete without at least a dose of it,...

Sometimes Staying Home Is The Way to Go

One of the first responses I heard when I told people I was studying abroad in Europe was, “Oh that’s amazing! You can travel anywhere in Europe for super cheap!” Thanks to budget airlines,...
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