The Pioneer

The Pioneer

Voices from London: Can you do something you love as a career?

Primrose Hill

Loralie Yumang,

August 31, 2016

Our study abroad trip to London has taught me a very important outlook: your major does not define every aspect of your being, as us college students like to believe. This study abroad program is essentially a collection of communication classes, but the catch is that I am an accounting student. As an accou...

People, Places and Things

Getting lost in the underground tube station confirms my thoughts that it's not so much about your destination, it's about the journey.

Lanee Woodard,

August 31, 2016


Study Abroad: Skipping rocks across the world


Dario Battistella and Shannon Stroud,
Contributor and Editor-in-Chief

November 5, 2015

Each year students pack up and move out, not to go home but to journey across the pond for the chance to study in another country. Last year almost 300,000 students left the U.S. to study abroad, an increase of two percent from previous years, according to the Institute of International Education....

Across the pond: A student in London


Kris Stewart,
Managing Editor

August 26, 2015

It was my first week in London. I, along with my classmates were touring the area when I noticed a group of protestors with their signs held up in the air and the words #SaveTaxi written on them. As cars, buses and taxis passed by, an assortment of honks sounded through the air. I signed onto Twitte...

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