Despite Spain, Denmark and Italy being the top UR study abroad destinations, senior Caitlin Fay decided to study abroad in an unconventional destination – Turks and Caicos – and described it as “unforgettable.”
Having been an Orientation Leader for the past two years, senior Hoor Ul Ain is a recognizable face on campus, known for her effort in bringing the international community together.
“It’s funny when people do not accept identities when identities themselves are a social construct,” El Kurd said about people who do not recognize Palestine.
“We see the snacks on the table from back home and it really reminds us of home and the amazing food we have there,” she said.
Junior Angelina Makretsova is originally from Belarus and had the opportunity to do two study abroad programs, one associated with UR and another independent study abroad program.
Sbrocca is majoring in biology with neuroscience and education minors. When she first came to UR, she expressed how surprised she was, since her classes back home were quite different.
“Many jobs had requirements of being a US citizen so as an international student, I was not even considered for the position.”