Travel is the spice of life. It is indescribable happiness bottled up into a foreign city, new
friends and unforgettable moments. Planning, time and money are factors that prevent
people from becoming the nomad traveler they are at heart– but it’s easier (and
cheaper) than you think! I studied abroad in Spring 2019 and between being frugal and
prioritizing, I by far made the most out of my time there. Let me share with you some of
the cities I think are worth a visit.
LONDON – Biasly I am going to name this city because I studied abroad there. But, it
truly is one of the best cities to travel to. London is jam-packed with culture. No matter
what time of year you go, I recommend saving some extra funds specifically for this
worldly city. Some of my recommendations on what to do are obviously see the famous
sites. You know what they are, so why not get out of tourist trapped sections?
Being an enrolled undergraduate or graduate student at a university means lots of work and assignments at all hours of the day and night.
There are over 13,000+ undergraduate students and 2,400 graduate students, according to the UNH website, putting the total well over 15,000 students.
Where are students going to study and do work for classes?
The obvious answer is UNH Dimond Library, located at the center of campus. The library is the ultimate spot for late-night studiers, with a vast majority of rooms and resources but now, the hours have changed and some students are upset.
The Dimond library used to be open until 2 a.m. Sunday-Thursday and 10 p.m. on Friday and Saturday nights. Now, they’re open until 12 a.m. on Monday-Thursday, 8 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, and 10p.m. on Sunday.
From a student perspective, this change is frustrating and as a library student worker, I have witnessed this frustration first-hand numero...