Adam Weinberg's views on international education from the Huffington Post.
For Courtney Vinopal ’13, working for the French Embassy in Washington, D.C., is more than writing and editing. It’s an opportunity to represent a unique and fascinating country.
Elise Bowling ’14 studied in Japan for eight months. It was a profound experience, full of language, culture, beauty, frustration, loneliness, and warmth. In other words, she loved it.
For Eleanor VandenBerg ’14, Copenhagen began to feel a little like home as she settled in with her host family and found a sense of cozy comfort that she didn’t expect.