Other posts tagged: London
Michael Phelps: Life After the Pool
With the close of the 2012 Olympics marking an end to the storied career of Michael Phelps, one question remains: where does he go from here?
, 2012, commentary, London, Marijuana, Michael Phelps, Olympics, reality, stoner, TV, Weed,
Summer Study Abroad, from London to the Galapagos Islands
With summer in full swing for some college students and the end of spring semester rapidly approaching for others, a long three-month break brings opportunities for summer experiences like studying abroad.
, Galapagos Islands, London, nextgen, Olympics, spain, study abroad,
Dress Like an Olympian: Ralph Lauren’s Team USA Uniform
This summer, athletics and fashion join forces once again. When the United States’ top athletes march out at the opening ceremonies in London, they will be looking as sharp as ever in uniforms designed by the king of American fashion, Mr. Ralph Lauren.
, fashion, London, Olympics, Polo, Ralph Lauren,
Bangers and Mash
We stayed in the capital city Kampala for the night before making the long trek north to Gulu, where we would be spending the majority of our time. Our bus was one of those no-name, Chinese, straight out of the ‘70s vehicles that would pass inspection in about four countries worldwide. Needless to say, I felt very safe
, Bangers, Kulu, London, Martin Sheen, Mash, Sam, Tabachnik, Uganda, West Wing,
Values, Not Economics, Explain England
The norm is for an American child to view the property of his neighbor as the property of his neighbor. He toiled for it. It’s his. You can’t just take it. This view has not saturated Britain the way it has America.
, America, Britain, class, Discontent, England, London, Looting, Riots, U.K.,
Study Abroad Part 4: Coming Home
All good things must come to an end. I wasn’t in the United Kingdom long enough to get past the honeymoon stage, but I definitely miss being there.
, Customs, Home, London, nextgen, study abroad, travel,
Students Reflect on Their Gap Years
Every year, hundreds of high school graduates defer college acceptance to pursue gap years. With a year of college under their belts, these rising sophomores reflect on their gap year experiences and the impact they've had so far.
, Gap years, Georgetown, Harvard, London, New Zealand, nextgen, Notre Dame, Russia, UPenn,
Study Abroad Part 3: Academe Abroad
In a study abroad program, yes, you are still a student, but if it were just about the classes, you’d stay at your university.
, classes, college, Grades, London, nextgen, study abroad,