Do you think that travel (especially trips abroad) is an unaffordable luxury for a student? Think again. Even if you have a small budget, you don’t need to give up your desire to travel. In fact, you can explore the world on a rather small budget. In this article, you will learn how to see the world as a student: cheaply or at almost no cost to you. If you think you will not have enough time for studies during the trip, students can use cheap essay writing services to take care of their course assignments, so they will have more free time. Most of your travel expenses will go towards transportation, housing, food, and tickets to various attractions, parks, galleries, and museums. All these costs can be minimized with the right kind of planning. Continue reading Cheap Travel On A Student’s Budget!→
When you’re a student, you have the best chances to travel the world while learning. A few decades ago, you had to remain in one institution until graduation. Today, you can learn from any place in the world and graduate with a Bachelors degree or higher.
If you are the kind of person who loves to travel, being a student should not prevent you from achieving your ambitions. You only need to plan wisely to ensure you don’t miss any lessons, assignments, or exams. These tips will help you combine frequent travel and education.
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A few weeks ago, we went over to The Fashion Institute of Technology to check out the 2017 MFA in Illustration Visual Thesis Exhibition, which was entitled 13 Stories. It is while visiting the exhibit that I discovered a cool Pink Thing created by FIT student and MFA candidate Necdet Yilmaz, who is a native of Turkey. Necdet’s visual thesis, Happy Tank, is a story about a little machine built for war that doesn’t want to fight. Happy Tank must be sent to war, but refuses to fire at a large building where a child is seen crying. For disobeying the order, Happy Tank is decommissioned and melted down. The story concludes with Happy Tank being recycled and used to construct a playground years after the war is over. Continue reading Pink Thing of The Day: Happy Tank→
New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) design student Malorie Pangilinan created this Whale-shaped mirror, taking her inspiration from Kawaii; the quality of cuteness in the context of Japanese culture.
Mirror, Rear View
It sure is cute!
Photographed in May 2016 at the ICFF Trade Show at Javits Center in NYC.