In North Carolina, the shift from summer to fall brings with it all the familiar
Nearly two months have passed now since I hauled my bags from the Opera House
This semester, the inaugural Wake Washington program allows students to take courses and participate in
For those tired of the Wake Forest bubble, just a five-hour car ride can take
Although the last day of class is approaching rapidly and summer is just around the
After a grueling week of exams, group projects and pop quizzes, nothing serves as a
Waves crashing to shore. Seashells hidden under the sand.
Learning a language is not easy.
“How you going?” Not, “How are you?” This is just one of the many everyday
To many, Austria is simply one of those European countries clustered on the map with
In every new city I visit, I like exploring the market areas.
Spending a semester in Europe provides students with the opportunity to glean a wide variety
People will tell you a lot of different things as you think about going abroad,
At the mouth of the Cape Fear River lies one of North Carolina’s lesser-known gems.
On a map of Europe you can’t miss its most extensive mountain range, stretching around
Numerous papers, tests and teacher evaluations are both a friendly reminder and rude awakening that
I never understood the expression “to be speechless” until I met my childhood hero, Maria
Each morning for about 15 minutes, we walked a mile from our small hostel to
The biggest challenge a European faces throughout high school is not related in any way
Nestled in the mountains of Hot Springs, Va. is the quintessential southern getaway, the Homestead
As I step off the large cruise ship and file into the Russian immigration line
Giving my seatbelt a reassuring tug, my heart pounds fiercely in my chest. Our Toyota
In Japan, you won’t find a “crunchy spicy tuna roll” at a sushi bar. From
Costa Rica … the name is almost as pretty as the actual place. Literally translated
There are few cities that make the compromise between being a historic old capital versus