Hemingway Fishing Village

How to Visit Cuba: It's Kind of a Really Big Deal (Part 2 of 3)

Now that we’ve got Cuban history covered, let’s talk about how to visit Cuba. There is A LOT of confusion on this topic right now so let’s get this cleared up. Traveling to Cuba for Non-U.S. Citizens (skip down for U.S. citizens- we’ve got you covered!) Let’s start with the easy part. Non-U.S. citizens don’t have… Read More

World Travelers: Meet the StudentUniverse Interns- Fall 2015

Every semester we have the privilege of welcoming interns to our team that represent our core demographic—college students. These interns aren’t fetching coffee; they are helping us navigate the newest social channels, ideate new campaigns to engage our users, spread the word about StudentUniverse on college campuses across the U.S. and inspire our users with… Read More

Celebrate the Holidays Euro-Style

I studied abroad last fall semester and decided to spend the holidays in Europe—best decision I have ever made. From the mouth-watering treats offered in the Christmas markets to the beautiful architecture lined with sparkling lights, Europe offered a special kind of holiday cheer. Here are four cities where I recommend getting your holiday on (3… Read More

Things to Consider as a Woman Traveling in Turkey

So you plan to visit Istanbul. Great choice! It’s a beautiful city with lots of things to do and see, from the sweeping views of the Bosphorous to the breathtaking Hagia Sofia. It truly is like nowhere you’ve ever been before, and that extends to the culture as well.  The gender roles in Turkey are… Read More

Che Guevera and Fidel Castro's Journey to Cuba from Mexico to lead the revolution depicted in Jose Fuster's street art

Cuban History: It's Kind of a Really Big Deal (Part 1 of 3)

The changes in the U.S. government’s relationship with Cuba has covered the news the last several months. Unless you’re from Miami (I’m originally from Fort Lauderdale myself), you may have missed what all this fuss is about. So to kick off a 3-part series on why Cuba is a really big deal (and you totes need to… Read More

Best Photo Destinations: Gram-worthy Beaches

#stunning #beautiful #wanderlust is even better when the picture doesn’t come close to the real thing. Am I right? If you’re looking for a proper paradise, complete with plenty of travel guide worthy photo-ops, these are the beaches you need to visit: Maya Bay (Koh Phi Phi Leh), Thailand Leonardo DiCaprio found his tropical sanctuary… Read More

Fall Internships – It's Not Too Late!

With all the preparation for returning back to school this Fall don’t forget to apply for those Fall internship opportunities! Although you might think you are late, the truth is that a lot of companies are still looking for rockstar interns like you! If you are looking for an internship in New York, Los Angeles,… Read More


10 Places to Visit Before They Disappear

As you review your bucket list, there are certain places you may want to prioritize visiting as rising sea levels, earthquakes, floods, global warming and other natural phenomenon affect different cities and tourist attractions around the world. This article outlines 10 places to visit before they disappear. These popular tourist locations are at-risk from the… Read More