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Здраво, from Purdue Calumet!!

Здраво! My name is Nevenka and I am the newest blogger for the i-studentglobal community! I will be writing from Purdue University Calumet, where I just...

A Quick Recipe for Busy Students

Being a student can be quite hectic sometimes. We need to balance our school schedule together with aspects like internship, job, social life and,...

From Amsterdam to Amherst

After growing up in Amsterdam, the Netherlands I decided to study abroad in the USA. I wanted to gain some life experience and figure...

Summer in Beijing

My travelling itch gets stronger whenever Summer is approaching. Summer means holidays, and holidays mean I will have three months of time to do whatever...

Kayaking in New Zealand

Paddling in New Zealand seems to culminate on the coast, The West Coast. The Coast is where the waves break against the base of...

Music as a Career. Really?

While preparing for Luke Ledger's 1st-year recital, I met a third-year British student and bass player named Simon. I asked Simon a simple question upon...

Kiwi Foods I Love

Going over to your mate's flat for tea? (translation: your friend's apartment for dinner). I haven't mastered the kiwi accent yet but I have enjoyed...

Hong Kong – Essential Guide for International Students

Hong Kong is becoming an increasingly popular destination for International Students, and it is easy to see why. Great food, easy access to other...

See-ya Kea

Going somewhere new for education always seems to give you more than the sum of the enrolment price. Well, that is if you take advantage...

Hello New Zealand!

The adventures of a Pennsylvania dairy farm girl travelling in New Zealand are underway! After years of talking about this and months of planning, this...

Home Is Where the Heart Is

If you are anything like me, then you’ll agree that one of the hardest things about living abroad is being so far away from...

New Studies, New Hemisphere, New Zealand

Let us start with where on earth I came from, and how I came to where I am now. After leaving the constantly closed lid...

Chinese Culture Club at Daemen College

Last semester, a few of my friends and I decided to start a new student club at Daemen College; we called it the Chinese...

Week One in Windy Wellington

I didn’t feel anything for the first few days, it was such a whirlwind. One minute I was trapped on a 13 hour flight listening...

Home ‘n’ Away

Know how you always have all those questions about where you will be living when off to college for the first time or just...