Archive for Stories From Abroad

Is It Safe?

Is It Safe?

Posted On: February 07, 2016

Protests in Kasserine, some degenerating into violence. A government-imposed curfew from midnight to 5 am. A massive gun [...]

The Intricacies of British Academics

The Intricacies of British Academics

Posted On: February 07, 2016

After a month of William and Mary friends, American food and trips to Washington, D.C., I have finally [...]

Thanksgiving in Scotland

Thanksgiving in Scotland

Posted On: December 02, 2015

After spending the majority of November writing essays in the library, it was nice to have a weekend [...]

A Scottish Christmas miracle

A Scottish Christmas miracle

Posted On: November 30, 2015

With the end of deadlines breathes a new life into St Andrews — Christmas events are popping up [...]

Clarity in the Rain

Clarity in the Rain

Posted On: November 24, 2015

It is healthy to examine and discuss and meditate on the good and bad in our little blue [...]

Reflections on a semester in St Andrews

Reflections on a semester in St Andrews

Posted On: November 20, 2015

While most study abroad students at St Andrews are preparing to return to their home schools in just [...]

The battle of Christmas ball

The battle of Christmas ball

Posted On: November 11, 2015

Attending a ball is the stuff of fairytales. [...]

Halloween in Tokyo

Halloween in Tokyo

Posted On: November 10, 2015

Compared to most of my friends, I have a very low tolerance for horror movies or haunted houses, [...]

Raisin: a weekend of foam and family

Raisin: a weekend of foam and family

Posted On: November 03, 2015

I’m pretty much halfway through my first semester, yet I feel like I just got here. [...]

Celebrating Raisin: St Andrews’ booziest tradition

Celebrating Raisin: St Andrews’ booziest tradition

Posted On: November 02, 2015

Last Monday morning, I went to my mom’s house, put on a Cowardly Lion costume and walked to [...]