Stories of Studying Abroad

Words byKara Fagan, Delaney Rea & Kelsey Tidball | Photo by Jonathan Roensch The Genius of Study Abroad I went on this faculty-led study abroad trip this past summer and it was, hands down, one of the best decisions I have ever made. My trip took me to Dublin, Oxford, London and Paris. We were in each city for about a week and were able to see the sights, hang out in the city and explore the historical and literary roots of each culture. This was the perfect study abroad trip for me, a journalism and theater student who...

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Quiz: Where Should You Study Abroad?

  Pick a scenery. Mountains Anywhere tropical The city Pick a film/TV show. “Game of Thrones” “Coco” “The Mindy Project” Pick an alcoholic drink. Guiness Pina Colada Wine Pick a treat. Brown Bread & Tea Flan Macarons   Pick an animal. Border Collie Iguana Butterfly   Pick a field of study. Cinema Studies Spanish Journalism   You’re probably into writing, art, culture, and of course, the great outdoors. Choosing a study abroad program in Ireland or Scotland might be the best route for you where you’ll be able to enjoy the rolling hills and mountains in the midst of...

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Living In a Sorority House – Is It For You?

Words by Kara Fagan We’ve all seen those movies about high-strung and over-the-top sorority girls packed into one house driving each other crazy. Your mind wanders to movies like “The House Bunny” and “Sydney White.” You may ask, is it really like that? The idea of being in a sorority and living in the house might come with many questions and frantic fears as you enter college. Let me give you an insight to a real experience of living in a house with sixty girls by telling you my personal experience. I got to live in a cozy room...

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10 UO Clubs to Try This Year

Words by Keven Salazar & Kelsey Tidball | Photo by Keven Salazar Learning new things and connecting with others who share the same passions that you do is an important part of going to college, and the University of Oregon has many clubs that can help you with just that. Whether you enjoy being out in nature or dancing, the University of Oregon offers many clubs that will fit anyone’s needs. Below are 10 great clubs we recommend that you check out this year to learn new skills and have fun doing so! UO West Coast Swing Club Whether...

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Northwest Cider Guide

Words by Delaney Rea | Photo by Trevor Meyer Compared to its peers beer and wine, cider stands out as possibly the most underrated mainstream alcoholic beverage around. While the tart overtones of the drink may not be to everyone’s taste, cider deserves more attention than it receives. In the Pacific Northwest, there is no shortage of experimentation being done with cider. Reinvention, innovation and specialization are the name of the game in the PNW when it comes to cider—and you can attribute that thriving culture to the volume of fruit offered by the bountiful region. Together, Oregon and...

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