Last week, the 2015 Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to the Tunisian National Dialogue Quartet [. . .] for its contributions to the peaceful democratization of Tunisia.
I have come to the understanding that there is a significant difference between going somewhere to visit and going somewhere to live.
Congratulations to Round Earth Media, an SIT Study Abroad partner, for winning a 2014 George Foster Peabody Award, radio’s highest honor.
Before leaving the US for the first time in my life to study a language I loved but had only been studying for a year, I wasn’t sure what to expect, but I was hoping for an experience that would impact my life and future.
In Jordan, one of the world’s driest countries, students will explore water challenges as they relate to global climate change and increased water needs as Jordan supports a growing population, including Syrian refugees.
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