By Christina Masterson For many people Ireland is an island that is home to leprechauns and pots of gold, a magical land full of greenery and blissful mountains. However, for me it is my second home. When I decided I wanted to study abroad, and when I think about where I might want to settle … More Is Ireland All That It’s Craic-ed Up to Be?
By Tristin Marshall Building near City Hall Park, NYC This summer, I had an internship in the heart of New York City at the United Neighborhood Houses of New York. Twice a week, I went on an hour troop–consisting of constant walking and two trains–and I made my way across the New Jersey State line. … More What I’m Doing In… New York City!
By Tori Stukins Now, I’m not often a person who goes on trips with my own funds. Typically, I thank my lucky stars when my mother invites me along on business trips to California, so this summer was a huge change of pace for me when I got the opportunity to not only go to … More My Summer In Music: Bonnaroo and Pitchfork
By Christen McGlynn Summer is the first thing on students minds once finals are over because it means freedom from exams, late night study sessions, and exhausting classes that never seem to end. It was always a season I looked forward to until this past year, when summer also meant putting 219 miles between my … More Long-Distance Love: How to Stay Connected In a Long-Distance Relationship