Tag Archives: Housing

Impressions After Week One (Alex Leitheiser)

Wow, I can’t believe I have already been living in Prague for an entire week!  Then again, when I look back, saying goodbye at the airport last Friday night seems like forever ago. I have gone through some pretty strong … Continue reading

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Cultural Reflections on Apartment Hunting (Danny Carpenter)

As NUI Galway is one of the few, if not only, study abroad programs offered at St. Norbert College where the participant has to find their own accommodations, I thought that I would share my unique insight as to how … Continue reading

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A Senior in a “Fresher” World (Nicole Engbretson)

Let me expand a bit on my experience as a “fresher” so far over here. This being my second to last semester of my undergrad at SNC, I have plenty both to worry about and to look forward to. Looking … Continue reading

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London (Joe Hansen)

Well whoever said London and De Pere are very different lied………ok not really. I have been here for three days now and I have been exposed to so much that my brain is having a tough time taking in all … Continue reading

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The Land Down Under (Jaime Kamps-Duac)

Original Date: July 17, 2011 Today was day two here down under, and what an awesome day it was. It began early, around 5:40am when I awoke from my alarm I had set the previous afternoon. Apparently I set up my … Continue reading

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London – First Impressions (Larissa Dallman)

Boarding the plane to London was a surreal experience. It seems like it was just a couple weeks ago I was rushing to finish my application that I kept procrastinating on to get done. Of course I wasn’t able to … Continue reading

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