Like most college students, I love visiting New York City. No matter how many times I go there, there is always a new place to go, a new restaurant to try, a new show to see, and a new experience to have. Here is a list of some of my favorite things to do in New York City. Read More
You’ve made it through all the applications, bought your tickets, and found out where you will be living and what you will be doing during your study abroad. But, what to bring?
Odds are your study abroad advisor told you to pack light, and they are absolutely right. You will be thanking them when you realize you’re sharing a room with two others in a tiny flat. At least, that was my experience during my semester in London.
So, here is a list of items that I used regularly while away that goes beyond the basics, which you may not have considered. Read More
When visiting NYC, seeing a Broadway show is a must. Drinks, dinner, and a show; it’s all part of the Big Apple experience! But with ticket prices averaging $140 (for the cheapest seats in the house), it’s not the easiest thing for a college student to afford. Lucky for you, we have some tips on how to score tickets at a reasonable price. Read More
Whether you’re laying on a beach in Cancun, skiing in Colorado, or simply relaxing at home, Spring break is highly anticipated by all. But what to pack? Even if you are simply having a “staycation” and going home, you still have to pack things from school to transport home. For many of the spring break possibilities, here is a list of what to pack for your Spring break.
Here is a list of places that I bet you have never heard of. With the ease of travel today, many of these gorgeous sites are easy to get to, but often go unnoticed. Sure you can visit Munich, Germany, but have you ever driven outside the cities and seen what lies in the countryside? Try not to miss these stunning places when you take your next trip!