By Rachel Bronson, ISA Student Services Advisor
As you begin planning your time abroad, you don’t typically think about the holidays you will be spending away from home, especially the holidays that are only celebrated in the United States. When it comes down to your departure, reality can sometimes hit. Worried about missing fireworks and BBQs of the 4th if you study abroad in the summer? Nervous about your turkey and pumpkin pie cravings in November during a fall semester abroad? Not to worry – we’ve got some insider tips to avoiding those American holiday blues while abroad!
Studying abroad during summer break could mean missing celebrating the 4th of July in the United States. Public Service Announcement: you will be going to class on the 4th of July. While Americans know it is a holiday, a lot of foreigners do not know the significance of…
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