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Gary is from Southeast England and is pursuing a Doctoral degree in History. He studies in the beautiful southeastern United States at the University of South Carolina.
Jack is from Derby and is currently studying in Easton, Pennsylvania. He is pursuing a Bachelor's Degree in Politics, Philosophy, and Economics (a self-designed major) at Lafayette College.
Greetings, my name is Sam Marley and I am a 19 year old freshman currently attending Northeastern University located in Boston, MA. Residing from Sheffield, I attended Wales High School throughout high school and sixth form; achieving A levels in Economics, Mathematics and History. Now at university, I am pursuing a BSc in Economics & Finance having recently declared this as my major. As well as attending Northeastern for academia, I am also a student-athlete, playing for the varsity Soccer team.
Stephanie Addenbrooke is a freshman at Yale University (New Haven, CT). She is originally from Merseyside, England, and is interested in pursuing a Humanities degree. Outside of the classroom, she sings with her a cappella group and is part of Yale’s active theater scene.
New in 2015!
Abby is a freshman at Whitman College. Abby is excited to be a new blogger for Fulbright, and has plenty to share about her experience in Washingon state!
Gouresh is a sophomore at Green River College. he is originally from Milton Keynes, England, is interested in pursuing a political science/international relations degree. He enjoys the many hiking trails the Northwest has, as well as being actively involved with the college’s Student Government. He is also President of the European Club on campus.
Jennie: Igniting Unity at Dartmouth
Gary: Spring Break
Jack: Summer Plans
Stephanie: Finished Freshman Year
Sam: Learning Never Ends
Jack: Happy New Year
Sam: Back to Boston
Jack: Looking Ahead
Jack: Calm Before the Storm
Sam: Heading Home!
Abby: New Beginnings
Gouresh: Life in the Northwest
Please note, the blog posts included above are not the official views of the US-UK Fulbright Commission.