Exhibition from the NAI Institute
Or so I have been told by almost every Swede I have ever met. If one was to come to Sweden in the winter, they would most likely find a … Continue Reading Sweden: It’s better in the Summer
One thing that you might notice within your first few days here in Sweden is that Swedish cities are really quite small. Only the Scandinavian capital Stockholm manages to claw … Continue Reading Uppsala: Sweden’s Fourth Largest City. Smaller than Newcastle
The first thing you’re greeted with when you arrive at Austin airport is a rack of t-shirts. Half of them are burnt orange and bear the Longhorns logo – the … Continue Reading Being weird in Austin
There are no words to express New York City! Everything about it is alive. My name is Matthew Tanaya, I arrived a week before I needed to start my semester … Continue Reading NEW YORK – The land of dreams!
One of the things I love about Sweden is the language. It sounds so wonderful and happy whenever you hear people speak it. There are also a surprisingly large number … Continue Reading The Swedish Language: A constant source of amusement
The Netherlands has been a consistent mixture of normality and surprise in a particularly Dutch kind of way. It didn’t take long to discover that the coffee shops don’t necessarily … Continue Reading nothin’ but tulips
You know how your grandmother always made sure that you’ve eaten? Well, if you’re in Taiwan, she can be at rest; this place is probably the only place in the … Continue Reading Food, food and…food in Taiwan
Hi, my name is Michelle, I am currently a resident of a very small town in Switzerland – Neuchatel. I have now been here for almost two months. I have … Continue Reading A few months in the Swiss Alps…and still many more to go!
When people ask me why I had chosen to study in Switzerland let alone Neuchâtel for the year there was no clear answer. Perhaps it was the fact that I … Continue Reading In the shoes of a Neuchâtel inhabitant
At NamSan Tower with an insane amount of “locks”. (Yes, I have Instagram!) Before I tell you about all my grand adventures in the Land of KimChi, let me introduce … Continue Reading The Land of KimChi: South Korea
The ESN Ski Weekend began Friday evening. Meeting 25 plus students in Bern’s Rail City was easy enough (we all stood out like sore thumbs), but getting everyone to the … Continue Reading Swiss Alps Ski Weekend
When you decide to go on exchange, you decide to change your life. When I decided to go on exchange to University of East Anglia, Norwich, England, I was so … Continue Reading Uncertain Possibilities
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Here's a few adventures of last semester's students[slideshow]