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Who better to dish about college style and trends than actual students? For our newly relaunched Style Syllabus series, we've partnered with College Fashionista to bring you the fashion and shopping stories that matter for our readers still in school. Enjoy!
Going to college and opening yourself up to the rainbow of experiences, ideas, viewpoints, and opportunities is awesome enough. Getting to do it all over again in a whole new country is a treat that many college students are lucky enough to indulge in. We're talking about studying abroad, and if you get the chance to do it, it can be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to get to know a foreign city. We spoke to five college students completing their study-abroad semesters in Europe, to get a quick survey of their tips and tricks for navigating their city. Check out the Q&As, ahead.
As a Southerner, I used to take living in Atlanta for
granted. But, lately, in a season of blizzards and nor'easters constantly in the news, I've come to realize the many merits of the South: the historical architecture, the myriad cultural offerings — and, first and foremost, the balmy climate. By way of read
Update: This story was first published on January 21, 2014, during the last big snowstorm in NYC. In honor of Blizzmaggedon 2015, we've decided to revisit our favorite WTF posts on Weather.com and share some more of it's strange, scary, and entirely un-related-to-weather content. Give yourself a break from storm updates read