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On April 7, a group of nine girls including myself and two chaperones got on a train at 7 a.m. from Lyon to Avignon, France. It was the first day of our Provence and Avignon Tour through our study abroad program, University Studies Abroad Consortium. It was also the first day of our spring break.
The French love a good strike.
Every day I hear, speak, write, read and think in French.
The first political float I saw at the light show at the Nice Carnival in Nice, France on March 3, 2018.
One of the floats with President Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un that I saw in Nice, France on March 3, 2018.
The Nice Carnival is one of the world’s largest carnival events. This year, it was held from Feb. 17 until March 3.
After two full weeks of classes, I had winter break part two.
I am currently in my fifth year of learning French, so it was always obvious where I would want to go when I studied abroad: France.
Based on my experiences, some popular misconceptions about the French are that they bathe less, walk around carrying baguettes, that mimes are common street performers and that French waiters are incredibly rude.
Culture shock is like stepping in a pile of dog poop while wearing white Vans.
In 2013, an ASU student wanted to drink a bottle of Chardonnay with a girl, but didn’t have any chilled. He grabbed a strainer and a bunch of ice, but the wine tasted watered down.
ASU faculty and students have mixed feelings about the popularity of crime and medicine fields due to television shows about the professions.
Olivia Cunningham, a sophomore studying nursing, sits in front of ASU health services on the downtown Phoenix campus on Friday, Oct. 27, 2017.