March Go Global Blogger of the Month Announced!
Congratulations to Kelly Ravenscraft, a third-year global and international studies and sociology double major, for being the Office for International Program’s March Go Global Blogger of the Month!
When in Chicago, Kelly is a lead facilitator for Loyola’s experiential education office, Ramble Outdoors. Kelly is bringing the Rambler Outdoors philosophy, personal growth and social transformation, to her study abroad experience at the Vietnam Center. Check out Kelly’s blog for more about life in Vietnam, studying at the Vietnam Center, and her travels throughout Southeast Asia (including Malaysia and Cambodia!).
We look forward to seeing what other experiences Kelly has in her last couple of months in Vietnam. You can read Kelly’s blog here, and check out our other Go Global bloggers here.
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