Study Abroad: Paperwork (Montreal, Canada)

In this video Rose talks about the required paperwork for studying at Montreal, Canada.

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Why You NEED to Study Abroad

Are you planning on traveling outside of the country anytime soon…ALONE? Breanna shares her experience of leaving the country by herself for the first time. Let us know where you want to travel to next by using the hashtag #AskAndSee on social and commenting below!

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ISIS in America: Study finds younger and more diverse Islamic State recruits in US

Originally published on 02 December, 2015

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A study on American followers of the Islamic State group presents a demographic snapshot showing younger and more diverse recruits that do not fit any single profile.

Authorities in the United States have charged 71 people for Islamic State-related activities since March 2014, arresting 56 in 2015 alone, the most arrests in a single year since September 11, 2001, according to a study conducted by a team from George Washington University.

The study looked at legal documents to examine cases of individuals charged for ISIS-related activities in the U.S., and analyzed the the Twitter activity of approximately 300 users identified as American ISIS followers.

Arrests have been made in 21 states, with New York logging the most number of cases at 13, followed by Minnesota at 11. Eighty-six percent were male, their ages ranging from 15 to 47, and averaging 26.

A little more than half were caught with the help of an informant or undercover agent, a tactic regularly used in terrorism investigations.

Fifty-one percent traveled or attempted to travel abroad, presumably to conflict areas, and while only 27 percent were involved in terrorist plots on U.S. soil, 73 percent were arrested for providing material support to ISIS fighters.

The study also found that American ISIS followers, though active on various social media platforms, seem to be most active on Twitter, with nearly a third of the accounts reportedly managed by women.

Social media is not the sole medium for radicalization though, as real-life interactions complemented and strengthened ties to ISIS in some cases.


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10 Packing Tips Every Study Abroad Student Should Know

10 Packing Tip For Study Abroad Students!

1.) A Filtered Water Bottle
2.) Cross Body Bag
3.) Cold Meds/Cough Drops From Home
4.) Anti-Baterial Wet Wipes
5.) Adaptors
6.) Pack The Amount Of Clothes You Feel Comfortable With- Be Realistic
7.) Paper Work
8.) Products/ Cosmetic Goods
9.) Backpack
10.) Smartphone

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Study Abroad: 5 Things You Will Love & Hate About Studying Abroad
Whether you are in high school, college or university the thought of studying abroad is quite appealing, but it is not all sangria and Oktoberfest parties. There are things you will love about studying abroad and things you will hate. Here is our list of the 5 things you will love and hate about studying abroad. Apologies for the wind in the video.
Hate #1: Getting your student visa
Hate #2: Finding accommodation in your new country
Hate #3: Having to Actually study instead of party all the time
Hate #4: Getting sick while studying abroad
Hate #5: Saying goodbye to all the friends you made while living abroad

The Loves
Love #1: It is FUN FUN FUN!
Love #2: The traveling you will do while you study abroad
Love #3: The improved job prospects (that one is for your parents)
Love #4: You broaden your horizens
Love #5: The Friends and People you meet while you study abroad.

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Part 3: Study trip CUBA 2011: art, culture, drumming

Photo documentary of Annelies Gentile and Greg Whitt’s research trip in Havana and Matanzas Cuba 2011. Our focus was on art and creativity as it relates to social change and sustainability, and folkloric music and drumming.

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Food Collapse: Cuba Case Study: Part 1

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