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April 2020

Culture shock is a natural reaction of disorientation a person may feel when moving to or visiting a cultural environment that is quite dissimilar than their own. Modifying your daily routine while in a foreign country can be challenging, however, in one way or another you will have some guidance to overcoming culture shock when studying abroad. Discovering such an unaccustomed lifestyle coincides with experiencing certain stages of culture shock.

Comfort food, it’s the chicken noodle soup that makes your soul feel spriggy, it’s the mac n’ cheese n’ mash potatoes that makes your second stomach jump out of its hiding place, or maybe it’s the apple pie that’s a little painful to eat because you definitely have a cavity, but screw it, It’s apple pie. Comfort foods are personal and different cuisines dish out different levels of nostalgia, sentiment, and comfort for each person. Here are some international dishes

If you feel similarly to my friend, you may be sick of coffee or caffeine in general, but unfortunately, caffeine is here to stay in your advertisements. Caffeine is the number one consumed psychostimulant [1] and is one of the most commonly consumed dietary ingredients [2] across the globe. 89% of the US population regularly consumes caffeine [3] and our top caffeinated beverage of choice is coffee [4]. But for the caffeine-cowboys out there, your fix might be the gamer

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