API official student blogger, Sarah H. currently studying in Dublin, Ireland recently explored some castles on her new adventure! Join in on her journey below!
This post is from our official student blogger, Sarah Hasselberger. Sarah is a Senior from Wagner College studying in Dublin, Ireland. Today is the day! Months of preparation have led up to this moment: it is time to leave for study abroad. My bags are packed (and overweight, sorry for the fee, mom) and I […]
I would like to think that I have done my fair amount of traveling in the past few months since I arrived in Ireland in late August. I’ve been to multiple landmarks in Ireland and traveled on weekend trips to Paris, London, Scotland and Northern Ireland, and I just got home from a week in […]
I study abroad in Dublin, which is the capital city of Ireland. With a city population of about 527,000, it compares to the American city of Tucson, Arizona. Geographically, Dublin is 115 kilometers squared (don’t worry, that number means literally nothing to me either)… For a more visual idea, Boston, Massachusetts is 232 square kilometers—so […]
Going to a foreign country you should expect culture shock and should embrace culture shock. It’s a learning process! There are different foods, you are with new people, engaging in new customs, potentially speaking a new language, the whole deal. Nonetheless, my study abroad experience in Ireland has not included any cultural panic attacks where […]
Maybe it’s America, maybe it’s my town, maybe it’s me, but walking has never been a valid form of transportation in my life. Growing up, I was driven to school and to my friends’ houses, then I drove myself. At college, the campus is actually so small that it is probably only a six minute […]
During the weeks before and after my exams at Trinity, I took two separate backpacking trips to mainland Europe. Largely dictated by the small budget I had, I found the experience of minimalistic traveling exhilarating and a welcome challenge. I often found myself contemplating the boxes of things sitting in my closet back in Arkansas, […]