I’m not going to lie. Most of the time when you tell someone you are going to willingly walk over 100 km (62 miles) across a country, they give you that “you’re definitely crazy” look. Upon arriving in Spain…

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As I sat in the spacious Starbucks of Jubilee Hills sipping on my lemonade and staring in disgust at the mountain of notes I was slowly trying to study my way out of, I had time to reflect on…

There’s something about living across the world that grants me this sense of accomplishment. Rather than visiting a new country and enjoying the typical tourist aspects of it, I decided it would be more significant to move to a new country and get…

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One of my favorite activities during my free time is volunteering. Whether it is the yearly NDSU Habitat for Humanity trip or something as simple as serving food and busing tables at a church supper, I love it. In…

This week marked the beginning of our spring/Easter break, and it has been much needed. This past Saturday, I traveled with my friends from Australia, Spain and Puerto Rico to the port city of Genova overlooking the Mediterranean Sea….

India is known for its unique, flavorful cuisine. Every dish is a myriad of complex flavors and layered spices. The same can be said about the varied and popular mouth freshener/digestive called paan. Go anywhere in India and you…

This week’s midterms were a rude awakening for most of the international students. Despite the fun and travel we get to do here, we still have school to do. As fun as the semester has been so far, it…