Traveling with children can be both a joy and a hassle. Especially, as we enter the holiday season of 2017, we will start to see many more families traveling with children. Continue reading

Students travelling abroad learn experiencing a culture through a lesson plan is very different from experiencing it in real life. Students who have been taking German classes for several years in high school may feel pretty comfortable speaking certain phrases. Continue reading

The recent tragedy in Barcelona, Spain, in which a van was driven into pedestrians on La Rambla the afternoon of August 17, reminds us all of the “new world order” in which it can be quite dangerous to be in a large crowd. This event appears to have been a terrorist incident, although the details are still emerging as of the time of this writing. What is apparent, however, is that persons traveling abroad and visiting high profile tourist cities, especially but not only in Europe, need to be aware of their surroundings and take precautions. Continue reading

Proud parents sending children off to college in the fall may be packing for a trip further than the states. Popular study abroad programs see an influx of new students flying over in summer to get settled before college begins. Continue reading

There was a time in the not-so-recent past when the company-issued phone of choice was the Blackberry. In corporate meetings and busy executive airports, you could see VIP’s on the go furiously typing away on their Blackberry phones. Continue reading

Parents throughout the United States are becoming “empty nesters” as their college age-children head off to study abroad. The responsibility of supervising these new college students now falls on the shoulders of university administrators everywhere. Continue reading