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Letters from Abroad

Jane Feldmann ’15, Abroad Columnist

February 27, 2014

I am in love with Paris.  And, for the first time in a long time, I do not even care about how cliché that sounds.  Paris is magical, wonderful, beautiful…I could go on, but instead I will explain why. This weekend I took...

Letters from Abroad

Jane Feldmann ’15, Abroad Columnist

January 30, 2014

Here at the University of Bremen, classes are finally winding down to the final weeks, which can only mean one thing: work, work, and more work.  After the glow and charm of the wondrous Christmas markets died down, and people...

Our Minimum Wage

Brendan Birth '16, Columnist

November 22, 2013

Minimum wage legislation always struggles to make progress, and this time is no different. This lack of progress on the issue is attributed to the fact that such legislation is viewed as a “job killer.” This sort of discourse...

Letters from Abroad

Janie Feldman ’15, Abroad Columnist

October 10, 2013

My long-awaited arrival in Bremen has finally come and to be honest I am very grateful to be here. I always feel that the anticipation of a future plan is much worse than the actual occurrence itself. It is stressful leaving...

Letters from Abroad: Missing America

Alex Toole '14, Abroad Columnist

April 12, 2013

Believe it or not, the semester here in Toulouse is starting to come to an end. I currently take six courses, which translate into five credits: three courses at l’Institut des Etudes Politiques Toulouse (2.5 credits) and three...

Abroad: Everyday Life with Ancient Artifacts

February 14, 2013

As an American, when you study abroad one of the first things you notice is the difference in cultural history between the United States and your abroad country. Chances are, you’re heading to a country that has an existence...

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