Interning made it possible for me to see a completely different side of the British way of life. Not only was I a student and a tourist, I was also in the workforce.
In America, we celebrate those who survived wars and conflicts; in Great Britain they are mourning those who died in wars and conflicts. Just look at the names of the holidays – Veterans Day versus Remembrance Day.
Scott captures the beauty and awe of Paris, France.
Ella reports from Australia on the Melbourne Cup: a glamorous, three-minute horse race that grips the nation with a Super Bowl size excitement!
Scott, a COM student studying abroad in France, shares his live photos from Paris Fashion Week!
Paige Rogers, abroad in London, reflects on the stereotype of the American loud-talker. How do our voices compare with European’s, and what does it say about American culture?
Hello again COMers, It’s no coincidence that Spring Registration starts the same weekend that Halloween ends. Planning, researching, and if you’re lucky, actually getting the classes you want can be…
It had not occurred to me how much I had absorbed in my first six weeks here. It is an exciting realization. I feel like I belong to this once foreign city.