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COVID-19: Guidance for students planning future university-related international travel

All MU students planning university-related international travel are required to register in the International Travel Registry. We also encourage you to consider the following if you are planning to travel during academic year 2020/21, knowing that travel restrictions and other guidance we receive at a later date could alter plans.

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Unexpected oddities

There's a lot that I expected to be different about Spain. I expected more fish and olives from a Mediterranean diet, walking culture, a conservative/Catholic atmosphere, cheek kisses as greetings and smaller portions and smaller homes. But there were some things I did not expect, things that were really small parts of life, barely noticeable…

A typical day at my internship

I have been in Greece for a little over a month now, and much of my time is spent at my internship. I am currently interning at a non-profit organization for refugee women and children called AMURTEL. This is an organization run by women for women. In this post, I wanted to discuss my typical…

Speaking Spanish with Spaniards

Unexpected truth about Spain: Sometimes, when you speak Spanish to a Spaniard, they speak English back to you. For them, it's "easier" because we're heavily accented and stumble at times. Of course, they do the same things in English, but that's irrelevant to them. Sometimes, the English they speak back to you is an exclamation…

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