Anabel Costa considers the safety implications of studying abroad for queer students.
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Studying abroad in Hong Kong has given Emma Xing a firsthand look at the clash between its people and government.
In light of recent protests in Puerto Rico, Nina Nazario discusses the importance of this victory to democracy as a whole.
While studying abroad in South Africa, Miranda de Moraes exposes how energy regulations enforce inequality.
Britt de Visser argues that we should take a page out the Dutch's books and try being more straightforward in our daily interactions.
Simon Ahrens debates the values of the American education system from the point of view of an international student.
On the Menu Editor Tiffany Velazquez discusses how studying abroad in Bristol, England has impacted her mental health.
Miya Herzstein reflects on how studying abroad has changed her eating habits for the better.
Kian Karamdashti reflects on his feelings about home while studying across the pond.
Kaelen McCracken reviews the summer she spent researching sea turtles in Costa Rica with the Bren School of Environmental Science.