5 Ways to Style the 5 Things In Your Suitcase by Marley Lucas

I’ve done many puzzles throughout my life however, packing for abroad is by far the most challenging one. I want to help you do your best and look your best while living out of a suitcase for 4 months. In this article I will share with you 5 ways to style the 5 things in your suitcase.  My first piece of advice is one word … Continue reading 5 Ways to Style the 5 Things In Your Suitcase by Marley Lucas

Learning Everywhere by Meredith Schilpp

My academic experience at The American College of Greece differs from classes at the College of Charleston because the school is a lot smaller so I have the same professors for multiple classes. The professors are more personal and maintain more eye contact and are more physical in general. Many of my professors will come over to and ask a question directly to an individual. … Continue reading Learning Everywhere by Meredith Schilpp

The 7 Best Trip Planner Apps for Travelers

Crafting a trip itinerary can be both fun and overwhelming. Which places are an absolute must-visit, and which ones can you skip? How much time should you spend at the art museum, and how close is it to that bookstore you want to check out? And how can you keep all your ideas and bookings neatly organized? The best trip planner apps can help you … Continue reading The 7 Best Trip Planner Apps for Travelers

Oops! Ten Surprising Ways to Offend People in Other Countries

You may not have mastered the local language, but try to remember these etiquette points when you’re traveling. Everything from a simple hand gesture to how you drink can offend people in other countries—so read on and make friends, not enemies, abroad! Never Fill Your Own Glass Thirsty in Japan? When you’re drinking alcohol with others, it’s considered polite for people to serve each other … Continue reading Oops! Ten Surprising Ways to Offend People in Other Countries