7 Students Share Their Best Memories From Time Abroad

November 23, 2016

Between sunrise and late night study sessions, daily activities like walks around the neighborhood or a quick stop for a cup of tea with conversation become your fondest memories while you are abroad. We asked some of our students to share their favorite memories of their time abroad, through quotes and photos.  




#ISEPPhotoProject #Art #CultureSaturday || "During the [Uruguayan] dictatorial regime, graffiti writing was a political tool treated as a political crime. Most, if not all, of the graffiti that emerged during this time was text-based, it was produced by political militants and its content was overtly political. In the transition era that followed, the graffiti medium exploded in Montevideo, and was produced by a broad sector of the population. It remained predominantly text-based, however its content ranged from the overtly political…to the artistic and poetic." -Ximena Griscti We love this picture of #ISEPAlumni @abbyhegland posing in front of Uruguayan #streetart. If you’re looking to learn more - take a graffiti tour in #Uruguay: #StudyAbroad #Culture #Graffiti #Latin America #SouthAmerica #TravelStoke

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What are your most memorable moments from your time abroad? Share in the comments or tweet your #ISEPstory to share them with our community.

Then, when you go to sleep on November 28, relive them in your dreams. After waking on Giving Tuesday (November 29), please make a personal contribution to support ISEP Student Scholarships and help another student just like you to create his or her own memories and dreams.

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Our #AroundtheWorldin24 #GivingTuesday campaign aims to raise $6,000 to send six students to six different continents. Our President and CEO John Lucas is personally matching the first $1,000 donated, so the earlier you contribute, the better chance you have to double your impact.

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