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  1. 1. Some  students  collect  postcards  to  remember  their  3me  spent  abroad.  
  2. 2. Students  enjoy  reuni3ng  with  one  another  upon  returning  to  campus.    
  3. 3. Madeline  Nash  hangs  her  flag  from  Argen3na  at  the  entrance  of  her  room.    
  4. 4. Aisling  Gould  con3nues  to  carry  around  European  coins  so  she  can  think  about  London  every  3me  she  opens  her  purse.  
  5. 5. The  newly  opened  brunch  spot,  Jelly,  s3ll  has  its  opening  sign  up  on  Evans.    
  6. 6. Aisling  Gould  is  well  aware  of  the  3me  constraints  that  returning  students  must  discipline  themselves  to.  
  7. 7. With  so  many  unfamiliar  faces  on  campus,  returning  students  can  feel  overwhelmed.  
  8. 8. Reading  and  medita3ng  are  two  great  ways  for  students  to  de-­‐stress  from  the  whirlwind  of  re-­‐adjustment.  
  9. 9. Amelia  Leigner  hangs  up  a  tradi3onal  Chinese  ribbon  as  decor  in  her  new  room.  
  10. 10. One  of  the  newly  furnished  building  signs  sits  adjacent  to  the  old  on  in  front  of  Driscoll  Bridge.      
  11. 11. The  Merchant’s  Mile  High  Saloon  now  sits  where  the  infamous  Border  Bar  used  to.  
  12. 12. What  a  souvenir:  Amelia  Leigner  and  Anita  Goo  met  each  other  while  abroad  in  China  and  decided  to  move  in  with  each  other  upon  returning.    
  13. 13. DU  offers  many  resources  to  students  returning  from  abroad,  both  online  and  in-­‐person.  
  14. 14. The  Interna3onal  House  has  plenty  of  ways  students  can  become  involved  in  sharing  their  experience  aTer  returning  from  abroad.