Archive for the ‘Off Campus Experiences’ Category

5 Ways to Avoid Depression in College

College life can be stressful for young adults as it is. But when you move to a whole new country, much different from the one you are from, college life can be even more confusing and taxing. You are barely able to cope with the vast culture shock because you are expected to keep up […]

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The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Last Friday I went to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. I honestly think it’s an inspiring place and everyone that lives or visits New York should see it at least once in their lives (even if your major hasn’t anything to do with arts, like mine!).       You gain […]

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Valentines Day in NYC

This Valentines Day, I decided to go to NYC to celebrate. Ofcourse Paris would be the most romantic spot to go but since I cannot go to Paris and come back the same day, NYC is the second best. First, I went to dinner at this wonderful Gluten-Free restaurant near Washington Square Park in the […]

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Loving winter!

Since I came from Spain in August 2013, I’ve seen a lot of things and enjoyed every minute of it. Without any doubt, winter is one of them. As we get ready to head into February, buried in snow, and spring being way out of sight, I came to thing about the stuff about winter that’s […]

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I feel like still in Spring break..

During this 2013 spring break, I and my international friends who live in Village together left Montclair to South beach of Miami. We have rented a big car and drove to there for 24 hours !! It was unforgettable great experience because not only that I have never been to Miami, but also that the […]

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Great Websites For Discounts

I think for most international students who just arrived in the US, other than adapting the new school life here, the most important and interesting thing to do is to attend some activities and to try different restaurants around town. As everyone wants to use as less money as they can to have the most […]

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Around Montclair- Petit Paris

Coming from Canada, I have been learning french since fourth grade. After high school, I would consider myself to be bilingual. The culture in the United States is different from Canada and I found that more people in the area speak Spanish and Italian as opposed to French. After taking a course in French at […]

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