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Taylor Randleman

I am a rising sophomore and International Studies Major at Emory University in Atlanta, GA USA. I love reading, writing, traveling, learning new things and experiencing as much of the world around me as I can! I have always had an independent nature and loved exploring new places and subjects. One of my long term career goals is to find a job that allows me to travel and work hands on with people who are affected by my work. Traveling allows me to experience new cultures and gain life experiences that will stick with me throughout the rest of my academic career and life. I have always had an independent nature and loved exploring new places and subjects. Studying abroad is beneficial because it teaches students how to function successfully in new and foreign environments and exposes them to new cultures and customs.


A Country A Day…Well Almost

We started the traveling section of our program in The Hague where we visited the International Criminal Court and the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former...

A Week in Photos and Captions

This week's post is going to be more of a photo gallery with little captions! East Side Gallery Adventure It was a crazy experience to stand next to the wall of...


Amsterdam: The Venice of the North

Amsterdam has been an equally relaxing and exhausting experience. It pushed me very far outside of my comfort zone by forcing me to meet new random people at my hostel,...

Exploring Berlin – Part I

As of this coming Tuesday, I’ll have been in Europe for two weeks! Part of me feels like I’ve been away for a long time and another part of me feels like I just...

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