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Coasting in Costa Rica

by Meredith Wright They say there are three kinds of people who go abroad: 1) the adventurously awesome person 2) someone who’s running away from something and 3) the socially inept person who hopes that things will be different in a foreign land. I have encountered all of these people living abroad. I fancy myself… Read More »

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Lost in Transition

by Emily Heppner It’s five o’clock in the morning, and I’m wide awake, fraught with anxiety. I have a one-way ticket to Europe, a twelve-month work visa for France, few job prospects, only a handful of overseas contacts, and when it comes down to it, no plan. My plane leaves in ten hours. Curled up… Read More »

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Have No Fear, Hope Is Here

by Ali Golfetto Graduating from university might just be one of the most terrifying experiences I’ve gone through in recent years. Far from being a cause of celebration, for most of us it is the first time that you realize you have no skills, no prospects, no money, and no idea how to get any… Read More »

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