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Suzanne Craig is a senior majoring in mathematics and is an online editor for The Arbiter. She recently returned from studying abroad in Sweden.

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Transportation and Parking sent out an email parking advisory regarding the Lady Antebellum concert on March 12. Beginning at 2 p.m. there will be restrictions...

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Students in STEM (Science Technology Engineering Mathematics) are invited to attend an internship and resume workshop on December 4 at 4 p.m in the...

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Transportation and Parking Services sent out an alert regarding residential parking for the Thanksgiving break. Residential permit holders are authorized to park in their...

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Courtesy Boise State Update. The Idaho Review at Boise State University has announced the winners of the 2013 Idaho Review Fiction Contest. 1st Prize, “Tough Love” by...

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Homecoming is a busy week for everyone and for people with parking permits on campus it's a great time to get a ticket. There...

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General parking permit holders might have some trouble getting parking Thursday October 10 and Saturday October 12. An event at the Stueckle Sky Center will...

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Courtesy Kathleen Tuck, Boise State Update. Dale Brown, a graduate student in the Boise State University Department of Materials Science and Engineering, is the recipient of...

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Studying abroad is a great experience in itself, but having something to remember it with is equally important. For one, it lets you remember...

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“Slow down!” Meliha Kaya, of Turkey, said. This phrase is uttered on an almost daily basis in our apartment. The tendency to talk fast and...

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Encountering stereotypes is an inevitable part of meeting new people. Meeting new people from other countries just means there are more stereotypes to work...

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Spring in Sweden can be a bit odd. Grass is green, wild flowers started popping up and the lakes are still frozen over and...

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Last year’s Breaking News Editor Suzanne Craig chronicles her adventures while studying abroad in Sweden.   Traveling gets expensive fast, especially to tourist hotspots like Lapland. Options for...

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Hindsight is 20-20, making decisions and reactions which were perfectly sensible at the time foolish and embarrassing. Before taking the plunge into studying abroad,...

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People make the trip. Many a marvelous vacation has been ruined by poor traveling companions, so it’s not surprising that otherwise dull stretches of...

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“Get involved” is the mantra of any college or high school advisor. “Set foot on campus and become fresh meat for clubs and organizations...

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Valentine’s Day, considered to be a true Hallmark holiday, is overshadowed by other traditions in Sweden. The beginning of Lent this February makes the presence of the...

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Going to the movies with friends is a classic past-time, even when the movies are in a different language and the subtitles leave a...

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An interesting trend in Sweden is recycling drop machines at grocery stores which accept certain plastic, aluminum and glass items. After tallying the refund...

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Three years ago there was a big fuss over a small-time country singer who made a shirt out of an American flag. Words like...

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The stereotypical tourist, clicking away on an oversized camera while wearing a Hawaiian print shirt and sandals with socks, can be found anywhere. Maybe...

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Asking about majors is a staple of college introductions. In an exchange-heavy university most initial conversations can be put into three categories: majors, countries...

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Last year’s Breaking News Editor Suzanne Craig chronicles her adventures while studying abroad in Sweden. Food is more expensive in Sweden than in the U.S....

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One would think, being on the other side of the planet and all, it would be difficult to get a hold of the current...

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Running around to different parks to play around on their swing-sets and jungle-gyms may not have been the most dignified and mature way to...

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Last years’s Breaking News Editor Suzanne Craig chronicles her adventures while studying abroad in Sweden. Student discounts are pretty common, but going on trips managed...