In 2017 I studied abroad in Cusco, Peru. I was only there for 4 months, but it turned out to be a life changing time. I learned some Spanish. I met amazing people. I saw a guy get mugged. I ate a lot of potatoes. Studying abroad opens another door in life, and it leads to the balcony section. The seats are different, the view is different, and you have a hard time understanding the show. But you get a different perspective, and that’s really all that matters when it comes to learning and growing.
So if you’re interested in justifying your superiority complex with a new “cultured” personality If you want to learn how you can study abroad, Student Affairs will be hosting the Study Abroad Fair in Fidel atrium from 11am to 2pm on Tuesday, February 26. Learn about what countries you can live in, what’s involved, and - maybe most importantly - how you can fund your travels.
- Sam Burleigh