Troy Meets World
Get ready to embark on Trojan adventures all around the globe through a collection of one-of-a-kind stories and photos from friends and colleagues currently studying overseas as well as Trojans who hail from abroad.
Study abroad is something that you never fully get used to. It constantly pushes your boundaries — mentally, emotionally, and as I found out last weekend, physically.
Craving some beautiful art? Want to immerse yourself in ancient and contemporary cultural symbols? Are you searching for a place to take cool Instagrams? The Los Angeles County Museum of Art might be just the place for you. LACMA is one of the largest art museums in the West. Its vast collections include almost every […]
When I used to think about studying abroad, the first image that came to my mind was often jet-setting across continents and visiting new cities every weekend. Unlike most people I know (looking at you, friends in Europe), I haven’t known this to be my reality and until last week I hadn’t left New Zealand […]
When I made the decision to study abroad, I was in — even knowing that none of my family or friends would be in the same country, or in my case the same hemisphere. I knew that even though I was bound to make some awesome new friends, it wouldn’t be the same as hanging […]
I headed out one night after a dinner in Persian restaurant Javan. It was late so I decided to call an Uber. The driver was a smiling elderly man. I shared a ride with a young woman who, like me, had just wrapped up a great evening. When I stepped into the Uber, I immediately […]
Santa Monica is one of those places you absolutely must visit when you’re in Los Angeles. With its beautiful sandy beaches, its retro pier and its large selection of restaurants and shopping areas, Santa Monica is a beachfront heaven for tourists, retirees, families and college students alike. I have lived in Santa Monica for three […]
The first time I heard about The Last Bookstore, I found the name intriguing. A quick online search returned the official webpage, where the store owner Josh Spencer quips, “The name was chosen with irony, but seems more appropriate with each passing day as physical bookstores die out like dinosaurs from the meteoric impact of […]