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Today (May 23rd, 2013) is my final day of working as the Graduate Assistant for International Programs, International Student Advisor, and United World Club Advisor at William Penn University. As of this date,… Continue reading

Why travel to Africa? Why not?

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For most people, a luxurious relaxing trip does not include a destination of Africa. The continent seems to be more intense, with dangers lurking around the corner and a possibility existing of never… Continue reading

The Packing Regret List: Life as an Expat

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Originally posted on born again brazilian:
In July we will have been here for three years. While within the first, there were items I wish we had put in the shipment, the past…

Simplified Look at Whether or not to Study Abroad

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Some of these negative aspects can be resolved – such as the transferring of credits. If you talk with your academic advisor about what classes you are planning on taking, the credits could… Continue reading

Languages: How long would it take you to learn one?

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Infographic source: http://abroadee.com/2013/04/17/what-are-the-hardest-and-easiest-languages-to-learn/

Relationship: Girls who Travel

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The blog “Life and Journeys” (http://lifeandjourneys.wordpress.com/)¬†posted in January about what someone encounters when dating or being married to another person who enjoys traveling. (Note – the post is focused on what dating a… Continue reading

Taking Advantage: Study Abroad increases value for money

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Infograph can be originally found at www. IIE.org

How much travel is too much travel? Reconnecting with vacation time.

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What is your ideal year? Does it include spending New Years Eve in Times Square in New York City, Semana Santa (Holy Week) in Spain, and your birthday in August in a temple… Continue reading

William Penn University reflects on the Rwandan genocide

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Each year, for one week starting on April 7th, the country of Rwanda shuts down to honor the lives lost during the 1994 Rwandan genocide. During the genocide, more than one millions lives… Continue reading

Teach English in China With William Penn University!

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William Penn University and Xinya Middle School (high school) in Linzhou, China, have announced a new partnership to send a William Penn graduate to Linzhou to teach English for a year. No Chinese… Continue reading