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  • February 18, 2020

    "Studying Abroad in Copenhagen: Aimee's Series" and a picture of a street in Copenhagen

    Studying Abroad in Copenhagen: Aimee's Series

    Hello from Copenhagen, Denmark! I am studying over here for the spring semester in my junior year. To fit the program offered here, I switched my major to Graphic Design for the next four months. Back at RIT, I study New Media Design and Advertising & Public relations. I am involved in a lot back in the Brick City, I love the campus and the [...]
  • June 19, 2019

    Travel Tips: Top 10 Modes of Transportation

    When traveling, one of the key things to figure out is how you'll get around. There are so many modes of transportation, so BTB put together a list of the top ways to get from point A to point B. Ranging from the basics to the rarer types, check out the top ten ways to get around while traveling.
  • October 30, 2018

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    So, What are Hostels Really Like?

    Hostels get a really (unfair) bad rep; people wonder if they’re safe, if they’re clean, if they’re worth the savings - the list goes on. If I’m being honest, I’ve had a couple less-than-stellar experiences myself, and I’ve never hesitated to share these stories in past blog posts. However, these experiences are not the rule; they are the [...]
  • October 9, 2018

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    How to Stay Fresh on the Road

    After completing a cross-country road trip this past summer, I can tell you first hand the one thing that I underestimated was the lack of showering. Not going to lie, my hair was probably the best it’s ever been because all the natural oils and “science”. However, it got to a point where I couldn’t stand it and I just needed to feel clean [...]
  • October 2, 2018

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    11 Ways to Travel with the Budget of a College Student

    You're young and broke. Don't worry, we get it. College is filled with ramen noodle dinners, student loans, and chasing down any free food there is on campus. What people tend to forget is that it is also filled with the beauty of time (not during the actual semester, of course). From breaks, to summers, to long weekends, don't waste this [...]
  • August 1, 2014

    RIT Global Spotlight: Croatia

    RIT Croatia was established in 1997 and boasts campuses in the popular tourist destination of Dubrovnik (YES they filmed part of Game of Thrones here!) as well as the capital city of Zagreb. RIT Croatia enrolls about 600 students per semester, and courses tend to focus more on “critical thinking, decision making, and leadership.” International [...]