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Domestic Exchange Student Reflections

  • Zayd Zori - The New School

    Zayd Zori
    Being in New York is an absolutely amazing experience and I genuinely love the New School! I have met some amazing people, seen mind-boggling places, and learned so much from the small amount of time that I have been here.

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  • Dominique Guilford - Loyola Marymount University

    Dominique Guilford Loyola Marymount University
    I am more than grateful to be participating in the domestic exchange program at Loyola Marymount University. The campus is located in Los Angeles, California, where I was immediately invited by beautiful palm trees, a breeze from the beach seen outside my on-campus apartment window, and warm weather.

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  • Bre'Anna Vinson - American University

    BreAnna Vinson
    Being in the Washington Semester Program (WSP) has pushed me to make connections with people and step out of my comfort zone. So far, my classes have been amazing because we get to meet professionals who offer academic and career advice.

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  • Charlotta Blackman - American University

    Charlotta Blackman
    My time in Washington, DC, as part of the Washington Semester Program, was memorable. I loved my internship with the NAACP: Washington Bureau and was saddened to leave after doing research for two and a half months. I spent the majority of my time researching the differences in charter and public schools and the negative impact of competing agendas on the students.

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  • Rachel C. Oatis - American University

    Rachel Oatis
    “That sounds like a blast,” yells one of the AU students as I sit in the campus library writing my reflection. Those sentiments perfectly describe my experience in the Washington Semester Program (WSP) at American University so far. My experience with campus life, activities and D.C. city life have been nothing short of amazing!

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  • Alexandra Nicole Roberson - New York University

    Alexandra Nicole Roberson
    NYU! NYU!!! I have arrived, and it has been a serious adventure so far! Arriving to my residence hall on January 20 was unlike any other. I stepped outside my car, excited to stretch my legs from the 4-hour drive from my home and looked at the building.

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  • Charlotta Blackman - American University

    Charlotta Blackman
    I am currently located in Washington D.C. and my experiences at American University have been very "interesting" compared to my time at Spelman.

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  • Nafissa Johnson - Wellesley College

     Nafissa Johnson
    I am currently attending Wellesley College, located just outside Boston, Massachusetts. Adjusting to Wellesley was a little bit hard at first, because most of the academic buildings are spread all throughout the campus.

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  • Kayla Jackson - Loyola Marymount University

    Kayla Jackson
    Los Angeles is home to a very unique and eclectic mix of individuals, and it is also common ground for individuals from virtually all cultures and walks of life. At the beginning, it was somewhat difficult for me to place myself within a context of such heterogeneity; however, LMU has created a space where my experiences are valued and appreciated.

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  • Nyasha C. Smith - Stanford University

    nyasha smith
    I anxiously awaited my arrival at Stanford University. As I neared the campus, just seeing the Stanford banners on the streets leading into the campus, filled me with excitement. I was in amazement that I would actually be a student at this university. The campus is beautiful and large -- so large in fact that I realized I needed to get accustomed to riding my bike to class.

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Office of Undergraduate Studies
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Box 1349
Atlanta, GA 30314-4399
404-270-5701

 

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