A Semester That I Will Never Forget
In her last letter from Shanghai, Vivi Feng reviews some of her new experiences and hopes to be able to return to Fudan University soon for her second semester there.
Israel between Demonization and Idealization
In his last letter from Jerusalem, Julian Jestadt reflects on his visits to the Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial and the Arafat Museum.
Journey to My Roots
In her last letter from Ljubljana, Sonja Poschenrieder went in search of her roots: Family stories about her grandparents and great-grandparents led her to today’s Serbia.
In Marie Funke’s final letter from Hong Kong, she reflects on her time abroad – things certainly did not go as planned
The Many Facets of Russia
The last letter from Saint Petersburg! At the end of the semester, Lilia Becker traveled across the country.
Naive Expectations and Valuable Experiences
In Elias Aguigah’s final “Letter from Saint-Denis,” he looks back over his semester abroad on Reunion Island
Rain, Not Snow
Lilia Becker’s third letter from St. Petersburg tells of Russia’s mild winter and moving conversations at the end of the semester
From Chinese Metropolis to Ghost Town
In Vivi Feng’s third letter, she describes how the coronavirus is shaping daily life in Shanghai
Bye, bye, Nashville – hopefully not for long!
In her third and final letter from Nashville, Madeline Thomas has to say good-bye to her American university, at least for the time being.