Camels Abroad

Study Abroad in China Cut Short by Coronavirus

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At the start of this semester, Connecticut College junior Rosendo Sainz embarked on an exciting academic venture: to study abroad in China....

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Studying Abroad in Nantes, France

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Name: Anayis Doolittle Major(s), minors, centers, pathways: International Relations and French majors, Anthropology minor, CISLA  ...

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Anchors Away! Conn Coll Sailor Goes to Beijing

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Charlotte Williams ‘21 is a psychology major and CISLA scholar. She is also a member of Conn’s sailing team. This semester, she is...

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Inzozi Nziza

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For my PICA internship, I am spending this summer working at Inzozi Nziza (Sweet Dreams), an ice cream shop in Butare, Rwanda. This may...

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The Natives Are Ambivalent: A Colonizer’s Perception of Italy

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The following is a satire and should be interpreted as such: When I told my professor at Università per Stranieri di Perugia (University...

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Shalom Shalom Shalom

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Welcome to Tel Aviv, Israel. The city that never sleeps…I would admit that I’m ripping that off of NYC but I swear...

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A Portrait of the Artist as a Middle-Aged Moroccan

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Note: I just took part in animal sacrifice, but had been on the road for a while so I have some content locked up in the vaults. Details of...

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Lacking Levity

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About a month ago I pulled a homeless man out of the tracks of a metro train after he had passed out, face down in the tunnel. I...

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