The London Whirlwind

On Saturday morning, we began our journey to London by train with Lucy from the International Office and two student ambassadors, Sandra and Daniella. After a two hour train ride from Exeter St. David’s station to London, we disembarked to a surprisingly chilly afternoon. The immediate contrast between London and…

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Weekend in the Philippines!

Since Singapore is so expensive, my friends and I have really enjoyed traveling on weekends.  A group of four of us decided to visit the Philippines for three nights last weekend.  We took a late night flight and got into the Mactan-Cebu airport at about 5:00 am.  We didn’t see the point of…

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USF in Ireland: Bonding Bulls

While a study abroad trip centers on the introduction of a foreign country, its culture, and society, personal bonds created during the trip are underestimated as a lifelong memories to cherish. While exploring Galway’s market street, we came across a music store that featured playable pianos and semi-tuned guitars.  Even…

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URGENCHE and Exeter

Last Friday, the Fulbright four (myself, Catelyn, Veronica, and Cayla) began our day with a lecture from Professor Clive Sabel. Clive had already given us a personal tour of the Southwest of England, and at the end of our first week in England, was going to tell us about his…

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Welcome USM Students

After having breakfast at the university café, my friends and I had some time to spend until the campus tour at 2. We wanted to buy post cards for our family members but we couldn’t find a store to buy anything. We took the campus bus and went to Bukit…

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