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We take a peek into the lives of foreign students living in Slovenia. Did they come to party, study or just shake up their everyday lives? What makes these young people tick and what do they think about the country they've come to? Listen to the challenges they face and what they miss from home. Has this experience changed them? Are they considering staying here? Every Monday at 11:25 only on Radio Si. Do you want to share your experience? Just write to pr@radiosi.eu and maybe you are our ne ...
 
Study Abroad Podcast is a series of podcasts that are about experiences of people who studied abroad from Pacific University. Students who studied in Australia, Chile, London, Japan, and Germany talk about their experiences and cultural differences. They will also give advice for people who are thinking about study abroad in the future.
 
Yes! Study Abroad is a platform to encourage and equip minority students with the tools needed to study abroad and be competitive in a global setting. Students from all over have shared their study abroad experience to inspire you and so that you can learn from their mistakes. Take these stories with you on the go, on your commute or while multi-tasking! Drop your questions and comments for advice from YSA founder, Kierra. Enjoy!
 
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Ripple Effects: Travelers with Disabilities Abroad is a podcast brought to you by Mobility International USA, where we listen to the vivid stories from people with disabilities going abroad and the positive impact these experiences have on shifting ideas of what is possible.
 
Where should you go? For how long? How can you afford it.....? These are just a few of the questions we discuss on The Study Abroadcast. If you're thinking about studying abroad this is a perfect podcast for you to listen to in order to motivate, and inspire your inner Indiana Jones or Carmen Sandiego. Get ideas from others. Make plans for your own. And for Pete's sake, study abroad...smarter.
 
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Cycling is more than common in the Netherlands, that’s a well known fact. Which is why Raphael takes the bike everywhere in Ljubljana. But he says he’s noticed one rather unusual thing. In his experience, Slovenians seem to favor going to the left instead of to the right when meeting cyclists even though we drive on the right.For more on his studie…
 
The only thing Evi says she found slightly awkward to get used to in Slovenia is greeting people. In Belgium, people greet each other with a kiss on the cheek and it’s not really like that in Slovenia.She chose to play the song Alors on danse by Belgian musician, rapper, singer and songwriter Stromae.…
 
Sankalp says there are huge differences between life in Maribor and New Delhi. Among the most notable is the fact that in India you get practically anything delivered to your home. This also includes things you forget in restaurants.His song of choice was STAY by The Kid LAROI and Justin Bieber.RTVSLO - Radio SI tarafından oluşturuldu
 
WICB News correspondent Andrew Garoppo talks to students at the Cornell Law School about their work helping Afghan refugees in the U.S., including everything that goes into their work and perceptions of refugees in the U.S. Originally aired November 14, 2021 Ithaca Now is WICB's weekly news program covering news, issues, and culture in the Ithaca a…
 
WICB News correspondents Andrew Garoppo and Inbaayini Ambarasan continue their conversation with Tompkins County DA Matt Van Houten in the second part of WICB News’ series looking into crime and criminal justice in Ithaca and Tompkins County. Originally aired November 7, 2021 Ithaca Now is WICB's weekly news program covering news, issues, and cultu…
 
WICB News correspondent Jordan Broking breaks down the many events that took place in Ithaca and Tompkins County over Halloweekend, Bec Legato covers the Rocky Horror Picture Show performed by Ithaca College's student-run club Macabre Theatre, and Caroline Grass covers this fall's Friends of the Library Book Sale in Tompkins County. Originally aire…
 
WICB News correspondents Andrew Garoppo and Inbaayini Anbarasan talk to Tompkins County DA Matt Van Houten about his perspective on crime and criminal justice in Ithaca, in light of rising reports of violent crime in Ithaca, and News Director Himadri Seth talks to Zoë Van Nostraand and Ben Sandberg from the History Center about Halloween events org…
 
The Portuguese student of psychology says that unlike in Koper, pedestrians in Lisbon would very quickly and clearly tell these motorcyclists just what they thought about that kind of behavior.Guilherme chose to play the song A Minha Casinha by Xutos & Pontapés.RTVSLO - Radio SI tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Aya is a civil engineering student who spent the past academic year in Maribor. She adds that it’s well-known Egyptians like to tell a lot of jokes.She chose to play the French-Arabic song YA HABIBI by Mohamed Ramadan & Gims.RTVSLO - Radio SI tarafından oluşturuldu
 
WICB News correspondents Lauren Leone and Jordan Broking continue to look into Tompkins County’s employment landscape and how the amount of understaffing is affecting the local economy, and correspondent Grant Johnson talks to Bob Roth, a Cornell Alumni who is the co-creator of the new Disney show "The Ghost and Molly McGee." Originally aired Octob…
 
Gabin is a French student who says he didn't know anything about Slovenia before he chose to spend his exchange here. The 19-year-old now says he will return back home more confident after spending a semester in Koper. He claims that after you have spent a couple of months in a country where you don't speak the language, when the time comes to retu…
 
In this episode, WICB News correspondent Caroline Grass takes a look at this year's theatre season at Ithaca College, dubbed "a celebration of the return of live theatre to the school" by the theatre department, correspondent Michael Memis talks to One Pollster's Don Levy to learn more about the polling process, and Christian Maitre has a conversat…
 
Sham says that what missed the most in Maribor were Egyptian and Syrian dishes, especially shawerma. In Slovenia, it's called jufka, but Sham says it is completely different from the shawerma she is used to. She chose to play the song 3 Daqat by Abu Ft. Yousra.RTVSLO - Radio SI tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Jordan Broking talks about understaffing in various organizations in Tompkins County and Emma Kersting talks to students in Ithaca College and Cornell University who got COVID-19 after being fully vaccinated and how being vaccinated affected their quarantine experience. Originally aired September 26, 2021 Ithaca Now is WICB's news program covering …
 
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Christian Maitre talks to Ithaca OAR about evictions during the pandemic, Jordan Broking looks into the reopening of the State Theatre in Ithaca and we go back to an episode from earlier this year talking to Pete Panek - WICB's own Blues icon, from when he turned 70. Originally aired September 19, 2021 Ithaca Now is WICB's news program covering new…
 
Salma says one of the most common misconceptions she has heard about Egypt is that they think they live in the desert which is not true.Another is that that people think Egypt has only 3 pyramids. More than 100 have actually been identified there.WShe chose to play the song Sahran by Amr Diab.RTVSLO - Radio SI tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Grant Johnson and Himadri Seth dive into local events in the Ithaca Area on the 20th anniversary of 9/11, Bec Legato talks to IC Prism, an Ithaca college LGBTQ+ support organization in the wake of Ithaca College being named on Campus Pride's list of Top 50 LGBTQ+-friendly colleges and universities, and Caroline Grass and Jack Dunphy cover the AIDS …
 
Jay Bradley, Laura Koch and Michael Memis talk about the study abroad experience in the midst of reopening and concerns surrounding the delta variant, Jordan Broking and Gia Guido explore the circumstances surrounding President Collado's departure from Ithaca College including what some students have to say about it, and Emma Kersting along with Ca…
 
We this time sat down with Audrey, a student from France, who said the hardest thing she had to get used to in Ljubljana was that Slovenians start the day an hour earlier than the French do.She chose to play the song Don’t Stop Me Now by Queen since she says it speaks to how she feels at the end of her Erasmus experience.…
 
The sixth episode in our summer series focusing on the culture, religion, concerns, and personal stories of members of the Asian and AAPI community in the Ithaca area. In this episode, producer Vedant Akhauri spoke to retired Cornell Asian Studies professor Thak Chaloemtiarana on his experiences and the evolution of the Asian community in Ithaca an…
 
Lina knew that she wanted to travel after high school. However, she did not know that life would take her from Cairo to Maribor. After spending a semester in Maribor, she found she liked the quiet life there so much that she wants to return to Slovenia and find a job in the Styrian capital.She chose to play a song by Amr Diab titled El Gaw Gameel, …
 
The fifth episode in our summer series focusing on the culture, religion, concerns, and personal stories of members of the Asian and AAPI community in the Ithaca area. In this episode, producer Vedant Akhauri talks to Mahmud Burton, president of the Al-Huda Islamic Center in Tompkins County, about the Muslim community in the Ithaca area and how the…
 
Teodora says she was most surprised by the high rental prices and the fact that the shops are not open on Sundays.Her song of choice was the song titled Ljubljana by Glass Caves.RTVSLO - Radio SI tarafından oluşturuldu
 
The fourth episode in our summer series focusing on the culture, religion, concerns, and personal stories of members of the Asian and AAPI community in the Ithaca area. In this episode, producers Vedant Akhauri and Jordan Broking talk about AAPI history and culture in Ithaca, from the importance of colleges for the Asian Community in Ithaca in the …
 
There are probably not many foreign students who fall in love with the Slovenian language so hard that they come here to study.There are even fewer who listen to Niko Zorjan and want to visit Murska Sobota, because of all the Slovenian dialects, the Prekmurje dialect is their favorite.Monica is one of those.The Serbian exchange student chose to pla…
 
Despite coming from Slovenia's western neighbor, Emanuele says that before he came to Slovenia, he knew very little about the country.When he was offered an Erasmus exchange spot in Slovenia, he quickly googled Ljubljana, saw the Dragon Bridge and immediately fell in love with the city.His music of choice was the song Albachiara by Vasco Rossi.…
 
A happy fourth of July to our listeners! The second episode in our summer series focusing on the culture, religion, concerns and personal stories of members of the AAPI community in the Ithaca area. In this episode, correspondents Vedant Akhauri and Jordan Broking speak to two members of the Ithaca Community who were forced to flee from their home …
 
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One lesson Moritz says he learned during the pandemic is that there’s no point in waiting for the perfect time to do something because you never know when a new pandemic might be just around the corner.When he came to Slovenia, prices of gasoline were at a record low. Because of this, he was looking forward to all the places he would be able to tra…
 
The first episode in our summer series focusing on the culture, religion, concerns and personal stories of members of the AAPI community in the Ithaca area. In this episode, correspondent and series producer Vedant Akhauri talks to Hazel Bali about their experiences as a non-binary lesbian from India who is a rising sophomore at Ithaca College. Ith…
 
One of the things Diane Stephanie says she misses most in Slovenia is of course her family and friends, but also French food, especially baguettes. She notes she had tried to get used to Slovenian food. So far, she’s tried potica and some white powdery dish that she couldn’t remember the name of. Do you know what it was? Listen to the interview and…
 
The first episode in our summer series focusing on the culture, religion, concerns and personal stories of members of the AAPI community in the Ithaca area. In this episode, correspondent Jordan Broking talks to Hana Cho - former Vice President of IC Asian American Alliance and Asian American Studies minor about Asian stereotypes, biased news cover…
 
The 24-year-old student of politics and economics of Eastern Europe says he never thought his generation would ever want to throw their computers against a wall out of frustration from distance-learning.He chose to play the song exile by Blinding Lights by The Weeknd.RTVSLO - Radio SI tarafından oluşturuldu
 
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Maciej says that regardless of how early he forced himself to rise, there was already a line of Slovenians at the ski resort or climbing area by the time he came there.He says that to him, Slovenia seems very clean and organized, but that when it comes to the music, it’s filled with a Balkan rhythm and soul. A Slovenian friend of his even told him …
 
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Martin says that when they first came to Slovenia, the move seemed easier than expected, but then during the second lockdown, they had to find another apartment to live in due to restrictions concerning hospitality establishments. Despite some hiccups, Martin says he and his family are looking forward to spending a couple of months in Slovenia and …
 
Inem says that when she talks to people, they are most surprised by the fact that there are over 200 million people living in Nigeria and that, in addition to English, which is the official language, over 500 other languages are spoken in this coastal West African country. She chose to play the song exile by Taylor Swift (feat. Bon Iver).…
 
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