The Perks of Having No Sense of Direction

Many travellers claim that the best way to discover a new city is by getting lost in its streets. I might have taken that a bit too literally…Read more
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Erasmus, Travels

Two countries, one European love story

This isn’t your usual love story - it includes a rollercoaster of emotions during an exchange. Two girls who dared to dream are the perfect example of the Erasmus generation: whenever we travel we feel more European, but home is where the heart is. Read more
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Erasmus

Call Me By Your Erasmus

Here’s to falling in love with yourself, falling in love with the view and falling in love with others. Here’s to you, here’s to the friends you never expected and here’s to the love you found. Here’s to love!Read more
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Erasmus

Three Cheers for Erasmus Heartbreak

We have made it a tradition to celebrate Erasmus couples, but I feel like it’s about time heartbreak came into the spotlight. Read more
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Erasmus

Respecting your Self Limits and Mental Health

Sometimes, we forget what we really need, and we sacrifice ourselves on the altar of ephemeral entertainment in order to be socially acceptable or to find an escape from what troubles us. Read more
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Erasmus, Health

Being trapped in productivity

Is productivity a new kind of addiction?Read more
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Erasmus

When your Erasmus is Affected by a Pandemic

At the beginning of the lockdown in Portugal, I stumbled upon Ana’s blog article, a fellow Croatian ESN volunteer that found herself doing Erasmus in Aveiro, my hometown, this semester.Read more
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Erasmus

What my two families taught me about love.

When I left for my mobility, my family and I were going through a difficult time. My father was ill, but still encouraged me to pursue my dreams. This period brought on many challenges. Thanks to my Erasmus family, I found a way to pull through.Read more
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Erasmus, Culture

Love Across Countries And Continents

February is considered the month of love and we decided to celebrate it by hosting a contest about finding love during Erasmus and here we have our winner. Nayade and Roope’s love story will definitely make you say “aww”.Read more
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Erasmus

Erasmus Journal: The One With The Pandemic

What happens when a pandemic interrupts your perfect Erasmus lifestyle? Adelina's journal lets us into her world and her experience.Read more
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Having lived an unusual year, it’s time to set up new goals and embrace the new opportunities that may be waiting for us around the corner.
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Throughout my school years, I was a classic essay-based subjects student. I loved researching, reading and planning before distilling and expressing my thoughts.
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Dorms. They come in all shapes and sizes, and all you have to do is find the right one for you. Not everyone can handle dorm life; it’s a specific subculture of shared living that forces people to cohabitate, usually in too-close-for-comfort conditions.
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Nothing beats eating out in a restaurant or going out for a few drinks, but considering the current global situation, takeout is the way forward.
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Today (8/03) is the day we celebrate women. We celebrate the suffragettes that fought for our rights. We celebrate Simone de beauvoir, Angela Davis, Frida Kahlo, Malala Yousafzai, Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
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Feeling like belonging to a local community is out of your reach? Being on Erasmus is not always a piece of cake. Especially when you don’t know the language of the country where you’re going. Here are some tips that can change that!

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