Notes from Abroad

New beginnings in Tokyo during Hanami Matsuri season

As the Mills school year draws to a close, Christina Macias’ at Sophia University in Tokyo is just beginning.

Notes from Abroad: Stuck In The Middle

It’s only her mid-semester in Mexico and Terra Mikalson never thought she’d get “used to it.”

Letter from abroad: S/pace of Life

Terra Mikalson reflects on the brightly vibrant town of Guanajuato, Mexico and how excited she was just to see gay people again.

Letter From Abroad: Salsa Lessons

After a week of beginner lessons at El Bar, the rhythm of salsa runs through Terra Mikalson’s head constantly and she lets it consume her fully.

Letters from Abroad: If you don’t have health

Being sick yet again has made Terra Mikalson think about taking better care of herself and, concomitantly, what she wants to do with her time in Guanajuato, México

Letters from Abroad: Macaroons, baguettes and pastries, oh my!

Contributing writer Rachel Draznin-Nagy introduces readers to her favorite pastries in France.

The London Report: No Ifs, No Buts, No Education Cuts!

Ariadne Nelson had not imagined that she would march with 50,000 students from all over Great Britain to protest education cuts.

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