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Jay Telangana and a weekend in Delhi

Columnist Kate Thacker's travel plans were barred by political unrest in Andhra Pradesh, one of India's 28 states. Thacker ended up buying masala and tea in bulk and visiting the Taj Mahal in Delhi instead.


Our study abroad program director holds a plate of vermillion during Bonalu. A pinch of the powder is traditionally applied to the forehead while visiting temples.

Column: Navigating Indian nuances

Since arriving in Hyderabad, I learned how to eat rice and daal with my right hand, haggle for prices with drivers and properly match a kurta to my outfit.



Column: How we say 'goodbye' in Kenya

In America, we eat, chat and snap pictures all at the beginning to get it out of our system before the serious part comes, right? Well, not in Kenya.


Students ride the bus and wave to pedestrians in Kenya.

'Jambo,' not 'hello.'

In fifth grade, my teacher told my parents I had an attitude problem. I still do sometimes, but in America we can all say that is a common attribute, right?


No return

Caitlin O'Hara reports from the DMZ during studies in Korea.

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