Travel

Coast to coast: a break into the deep south

Picking up from where I left off in last week’s issue, my dad and I left Oklahoma City behind and headed deep into the south, a part of the country that I quickly realized was a bull of a different colour.Continue...

Coast to coast: the last father-son road trip

4,538 miles may not seem like much on paper, but things can change quickly out on the road.Continue...

The bare-bones of England

I spent my first year at Herstmonceux Castle staring wide-eyed at everything around me.Continue...

Exchange diaries: In love with Australia

I didn’t have a date, but Valentine’s Day last year was one of the most memorable days of my life.

It’s when I found out about my semester-long dalliance with Australian National...Continue...

Me, myself and I

At 16, I left home to pursue my love for dance. At 18, I flew overseas, from England, by myself and at 19, I spent a summer in Mongolia — all alone.

While these experiences have...Continue...

Exchange diaries Edinburgh: Learning to love the city

Styna Tao is in Edinburgh on exchange this fall. She’ll be sharing her experiences every three weeks as a regular contributor to Lifestyle.

I arrived in Edinburgh on a...Continue...

Exchange diaries Barbados: Easing into exchange life

Julia Mitchell is in Barbados on exchange this year. She’ll be sharing her experiences every three weeks as a regular contributor to Lifestyle.

Over the past month, I’ve settled...Continue...

Exchange diaries London: The British life

Through the recommendation of a friend and some rushed visa paperwork, I got the chance to live and work in London this summer as a reservations and reception assistant in a bed and...Continue...

Early exchange prep

In less than a week, I’ll be boarding a plane at Pearson Airport. Seven hours later, I’ll be in the UK, ready to start my year abroad at Durham University. It isn’t far away, but it’s an...Continue...

Parental traps: How to survive a family vacation

After spending several months away from home during the school year, the prospect of living under the same roof as mom and dad for the summer can seem nightmarish to some. Add to that the...Continue...

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