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Abroad in Israel: Halfway done

By Amy Vogel ’20 I am about to start the 8th week of my internship… it is crazy to think that my time at the Technion is more than halfway over! But on the other hand, […]

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A Semester in Hong Kong

Hi! My name is Grace. I’m a junior studying civil engineering and this past fall I studied abroad in Hong Kong at the University of Hong Kong. It was one of the most exciting places I’ve […]

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Summer in Santiago: Collaborating on Urban Mobility

[fusion_text]By Christine Langston During my first week and my fourth week here in Santiago, I attended two ‘talleres,’ or workshops, put on by the Chilean Ministry of Transportation and Telecommunication (MTT, not to be confused with […]

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Japan Adventures: Structures

[fusion_text]By Eric Wong The Japanese aesthetic is unmistakable: minimalistic, functional, and balanced. And the ambience it creates equally distinct: calm, peaceful, and soothing. The parts of Kyoto built in the new millennium represent a nod to […]

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MIT-Imperial Exchange: Living and working in London

[fusion_text]By Milani Chatterji-Len This summer I am working in a research lab at Imperial College of London through the MIT-Imperial Exchange. The program, which strengthens the relationship between Imperial and MIT, sends students from across many […]

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Japan Adventures: Transportation

[fusion_text]By Eric Wong In my two months in Japan, the one aspect of Japanese culture that seems to permeate into everything is the pursuit of perfection. Life in Japan, as seen in transportation, is inseparable from […]

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Japan Adventures: Kyoto

[fusion_text]By Eric Wong Kyoto is known for its seemingly endless number of shrines and tranquil natural sights. While this is undoubtedly true, it is also very much a city and that’s where the charm of the […]

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