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Hi everyone! My name is Kaitlin Milmoe and I am a junior. I was born in Long Beach, California but I know reside in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. It's quite the change of pace but it's not half bad! I love Penn State and I am studying Business at Smeal. This summer I got to study abroad in Florence, Italy with the business program! I had the time of my life traveling all over Europe for the summer! My roommate from Italy is actually in this class! Here's a picture of me that she took in Florence!
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I decided to take this course because although I'm a Business major, we still need 9 credits of science! This is my last science class, but so far seems to be the most interesting! I have never been gifted in the science area, hence why I am a business major! I don't mind science but the fact that I'm pretty much horrible at it makes me loathe it in some ways!

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Hi, Kaitlin!

The picture of you in Florence is great, I too hope to one day study abroad in Italy! Being an art major, I have always wanted to visit Italy and see the famous museums there. It would be a great opportunity for anyone to travel and gain experience in another culture. I think it would be interesting to learn more about your studies/experiences abroad! Maybe you could find a way to link that to our discussions in this class?

I found a humorous post about study abroad tips, are any of these true?
http://www.buzzfeed.com/ashleyperez/25-things-you-should-know-before-studying-abroad

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