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The Reverse Revolution: US Students going to the UK as Undergrads

For some, a reverse educational revolution is in full swing.

For those with a strong idea of what they want to study, the UK can be an attractive destination …

Stretching Per Diem: Post 5

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By Chris Helvajian

I’ve now reached the end of my conscripted service to the WACAC blog.

One last post to summarize our journey together through the magical land of stretching per diem. One last chance for me to impart what …

You Go Girl (or Boy)! – Post 3

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By Amanda Wallin

Yay for November and being home from travel (hopefully for most of you?)!

Coffee Catch Up
Okay, you’re finally back in the office from spending two months on the road. However, now you probably have loads of …

Stretching Your Per Diem: Post 4

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By Chris Helvajian

With both feet now planted firmly in Reading Season and 200+ files sitting in my queue ready to be read, now is the perfect time to divert my attention away from my real job and look back …

The Way I See It: Travel Season

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Curated by Amy Hammer

For some of us, travel season is coming to a finish while for others, there are still several more weeks to go. Whichever side of the desk you may sit on, the fall brings a high …

Rental Car Shaming

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By Sam Schreiber

Another week on the road, another day of frustratingly typing locations into your Neverlost cursing Hertz for not updating it annually. I am home this week which means lots of laundry and wanting to unpack but knowing …

You Go Girl (or Boy)! – Post 2

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By Amanda Wallin

Cheers to the second entry of You Go Girl (or Boy)!

Here are this month’s tips for encouragement and connection!

We need you!
We all have our strengths and specialties. If we are lucky, we also know …

Stretching Your Per Diem – Post 3

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By Chris Helvajian

Greetings from the road! I write this from the DoubleTree (two check-in cookies, of course) in San Diego.

I’ve been away from home 23 of the last 29 days and I’m just about done with travel. Sounds …

Rental Car Shaming

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At this point, many admission counselors are living out of their cars.  You start off with the best of intentions, saying you’ll throw out every coffee cup and water bottle after each visit and even keep a Target bag in …