Natasha Ramanujam
Oh The Places You’ll Go

It’s been a long and fulfilling year abroad in India and although I didn’t do the best job of writing about it, I wanted to put together one final blog…

Crysty Skevington
Exposed in Chennai

When I write home I say that rain is the weather I miss most. Save for that unseasonal hailstorm in the middle of March one night (that was over before…

Benita Mahanta
Watershed Management, Day 2: Some Basics

During the second day of my visit to WASSAN’s Parigi, Telangana field office with 5 American students from the School for International Training Study Abroad India Program in October 2015,…

Owen Jollie

Sports have always occupied a place in the forefront of my imagination. As a youth, baseball was my singular fascination. When I got in trouble, timeout never worked, but threats…

Owen Jollie
Sun Burned Wrists: 175 kms of Freedom

Months ago, I took a leap of faith, and purchasing a moped, I tested my luck on the mean streets of Delhi. The independence I gained far outweighed the danger…

Alyssa Russo
How I Live

Writing about the last 9 months of my life living in rural India is by far one of the harder things I have had to do. For some, the act…

Fatima Salman
Lingering in the Clouds

Part I: The Stubborn Cloud  It was a dark, foggy September evening and Raju was taking his time loitering around the Bagdogra parking lot. I walked out of the small,…

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