Written by Emily Griffith, (University of Missouri), Student Correspondent for CET Jordan, Fall 2022. Growing up in the United States, I have always identified with my femininity, but I haven’t always been particularly aware of it.
Written by JT Titmus, (Middlebury College), Student Correspondent for CET Taiwan, Fall 2022. Our adventure for this weekend was to trek the tallest peak in Northeast Asia, the glorious 玉山 (yushan), which means jade mountain.
Photos by Rojina Timsina, (Kalamazoo College), Student Correspondent for CET Jordan, Fall 2022 1. Water Bottle “Big water bottle very important because it’s hot in Jordan and you need to stay hydrated or you’ll die or worse, perform sub-optimally” – Tarek Nasr Having an insulated water bottle will make life so much easier. Water is easily accessible […]
Photos by Isabella Verga, (George Washington University), Student Correspondent for CET Florence, Fall 2022 Professors and coordinators always like to remind students to emphasize the study component of their study abroad experience as well as the abroad aspect. After finishing my first month of classes, however, I have found that there is a lot more overlap […]
Written by Cody Simpson, (University of Kansas), Student Correspondent for CET Japan, Summer 2022 When I was selecting my summer study abroad program, I knew that I wanted to apply for an intensive language program. I wanted to challenge myself and try to improve my language speaking skills as quickly as possible. I knew that […]
Photos by Sarah Parks, (University of Virginia), Student Correspondent for CET Siena, Summer 2022 With my roommates Rachel and Federica in our apartment. Living in an apartment has been a fun way to get close to other people doing CET in Siena. Our apartment has a big kitchen and living room so we love hosting […]