Cultural run-ins abroad can lead to thoughtful consideration of stereotypes, preconceptions.
Maroon editors review Echo & the Bunnymen show in Paris.
Though transformative in the movies, traveling abroad does not alone bring personal growth.
The subtle strategies of wine tasting can be applied to our education.
On the streets of Paris, five students form a book club to salvage wasted potential.
As other students sleepily made their way to their first Monday morning classes, five members of Chicago’s rowing team, fourth years Emily Lo, Chelsea Steffen, Sasha Ostapenko, John Kohler, and third-year Emily Chen, as well as their coach, Rosemary Anderson, returned home from a four-day long journey to Paris.
With administrators issuing warnings and professors urging curiosity, students studying abroad in Paris have mostly avoided the strikes and riots.