To say that Germans like Christmas would sort of be like saying Canadians like hockey. While I’m sure many Americans would call Christmas their favorite holiday, no one does Christmas quite like the Germans. They […]
There are two main questions students ask each other just after being introduced: “Woher kommst du?” (Where are you from?) and “Was studierst du?” (What do you study?). My answer to the second question––American studies––often […]
Studying abroad is cheaper than you might think. With a combination of scholarships, financial aid and creative use of loopholes, studying abroad can be the most inexpensive method of experiencing another culture.Â
After three years of attending Georgia State with a nagging desire to participate in a study abroad program, I finally decided to go for it.
At a time of year when many students are either working a summer job, employed in a summer internship, taking a road trip or enjoying a relaxing vacation, one group of hospitality students at Georgia […]