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D.C. and Back in 3 Days

I was recently given a wonderful opportunity to serve as an Ambassador for the Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship Program that issues scholarships to undergraduate students across the United States for study abroad trips. This program is through the U.S Department of State and entailed a 2-day orientation in Washington D.C., which I was not too… Continue reading D.C. and Back in 3 Days

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Studying Abroad: If There’s a Will, There’s a Way

Every year, more and more students are choosing to study, intern, or travel abroad for an out-of-the classroom experience like no other. With the world becoming more global, traveling abroad gives many students a "one-up" on their resumes compared to those who do not. Many employers like to see that in a future employee because… Continue reading Studying Abroad: If There’s a Will, There’s a Way

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Campo de Criptana, Spain: The [Underrated] Famous Little Town

Just a 10 minute bus ride from Alcázar de San Juan, in the Castilla La Mancha region, lies another small town of Campo de Criptana. Although the citizens of the town don't think it is anything special, the beauty and history of this town is really something to see. Campo de Criptana is part of… Continue reading Campo de Criptana, Spain: The [Underrated] Famous Little Town

Pre-Med · Travel

4 Weeks That Will Last a Lifetime

To the town, the hospital, the doctors, the other fellows, the country, the Atlantis Project; thank you. I have truly been "forever touched" by this experience, the people I have met, the knowledge that I have gained, and places I have seen and I will carry this with me throughout my entire life. This was… Continue reading 4 Weeks That Will Last a Lifetime