My Goals for Studying Abroad in Salamanca, Spain

Hello everyone! My name is Woohyun and I am thrilled to share my study abroad experience with all of you throughout the semester. I will be studying in Salamanca, Spain through the IES Psychology program where I will be taking a variety of courses in the Spanish language, education, and psychology. I am looking forward to taking courses in education

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Woohyun in Salamanca

Hi everyone! My name is Woohyun and I am an Education Studies major from Bergen County, NJ. I will be spending this semester in Salamanca, Spain studying psychology along with Spanish history and culture. I am thrilled to learn psychology through the Spanish cultural lens and immerse myself in the local community throughout my time abroad.    As a GEO

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Haru in Copenhagen

Harufumi poses on a set of stairs in front of a tree with bright yellow leaves

Hej! I’m Haru (Harufumi Nakazawa), studying abroad in Copenhagen, Denmark for the semester. At Amherst I am a junior majoring in economics and sociology. I am also an international student from Tokyo, Japan enjoying my study-abroad ^2 experience right now! In Copenhagen, I am concentrating on my primary interest in migration studies, taking courses on international refugee law, the Scandinavian

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Food in Japan: A Photo Essay

Some (but not all) of my favorite eats 🙂 Traditional Japanese breakfasts can be eaten at hotels and ryokans (traditional Japanese inns). There’s often natto (fermented soybeans), some kind of fish, rice, soup, and vegetables. Okonomiyaki & Yakisoba The leftmost and rightmost pictures are okonomiyaki and the center is yakisoba. Hiroshima and Osaka were the two most popular spots I ate

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Reflections on a Semester Away: A Look into the Varied Experiences of Visiting Students

Beginning My Reflections  Boy, what a semester it has been. As is always the case with me, time felt so slow– too slow– in the beginning, but looking back at it from the end, it went by extremely quickly. My semester in Japan has been full of surprises (both good and occasionally not-so-good) and so with this post, I will

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