With the spread of Coronavirus, there is fear, anger, frustration and a lot of negative emotions that every one is feeling. Trips are being cancelled, concerts cancelled (Coachella being one… tear!), with it going as far as to making you question even a small trip to your local mall.Read this article
Spring Break is known as the time for students to have those wild adventures and once-in-a-lifetime experiences. But what about those who don’t have the chance to go cliff jumping in Hawaii or can’t afford to stay in a villa in the Maldives, and also don’t want to stay home watching ‘Say Yes to the Dress’ all day with their parents?Read this article
As a 21-year-old avid traveler, I have seen how Instagram has impacted travel.Read this article
I decided to study abroad during college, which was the best decision! I made some of my favorite memories abroad and grew so much as a person, so if you’re deciding on whether you should do it or not, the answer is YES you definitely should. I loved it so much I went abroad twice, first in London, then Madrid. While I had the best time of my life and learned a lot, I also made some mistakes here and there. Here is some insight into what I wish I knew before leaving the States.
Sometimes it can be hard to find things to do once the cold hits. It’s especially hard to date a new person when it’s cold and even harder to do so on a budget. I know a movie date at home is the easy way out, but is that the standard you want to set for your dating life? Think about it. When you’re old and gray, you don’t want to say, “let’s feel young again and stay in and watch a movie!” So, here are some dos and don'ts to spice up your dating life (while on a budget) this winter.
I always used to think going to shows was something you did when you got old and tired of going to restaurants, bars, or wanting to socialize with other people. I was so wrong - it is a great night out! I have now seen a few Broadway shows over the past few years and they are SO entertaining and inspiring. Sounds corny I know, but here are three reasons why you too may like going to Broadway.Read this article
Is it your last year of college and you're feeling confused, lost and wondering how the heck you’re going to get a job? It’s a stressful time, especially when you don’t know where to begin with the job search. Here’s 8 tips to help you figure it out.
The International Teacher Identity Card “ITIC” gets you access as a teacher to thousands of discounts around the globe. When you’re not travelling and you want to grab some stuff for the classroom, or for yourself- here’s what we recommend!Read this article
Getting antsy on campus waiting for Thanksgiving break? There’s an easy way to get outta dodge and head to the Big Apple for the weekend. Here’s some tips on things to do in NYC (and how you can save some dough along the way).Read this article
You may think that an International Student Identity Card "ISIC" is just something you get when you are going to study abroad. Of course it’s a globally recognized ID, plus you can find discounts all around the world- all true- but did you know- even if you aren’t going abroad and you’re in your college town or home town in good ol' USA you can find ways to use your ISIC without needing to use your passport!Read this article