Author: Yana

The Airport Zone

It is a dimension as vast as three hundred football fields and as timeless as a layover. This is the dimension of strange behavior. It is an area which we call The Aiport Zone.

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Teach Abroad from Two Week to Six Months

As the importance of English in global business rises so too is the demand for qualified English teachers. What you may not know is that not all international English teaching assignments are long-term. There are numerous opportunities to teach for a little as two weeks or for as long as an academic year in countries throughout the world.

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I’m Not a Global Nomad

I am less of a traveler and more a global vivant. All though at times my path may seem peripatetic—when I move I stay for at least a year. I want to help propel black travelers beyond the vacation and into the globalcreating life.

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A Guest at 35,000 Feet

Whichever way you view the new ban there is no denying the distinct difference in service between US carriers and those in the Gulf. For this traveler, with or without my laptop there is no way I would choose American over Etihad, United over Qatar, or Delta over Emirates. For me, flying coach on Etihad was only slightly different from flying first class on United and Delta. I am not exaggerating, the cramped seats that do not feature the lay flat position or any semblance of privacy combined with the lack meal choice i.e. those without pork left a lot to be desired from the first-class experience.

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Spend a Year in Australia – It’s Easy

It can be hard to save enough money to travel around for a year, enter this easy to access program is designed for high school graduates aged 18–30. It allows visa holders to travel Down Under for up to twelve months and work for any employer for 6 of those 12 months. It’s a great opportunity for recent graduates who want to take a year off or those looking for a break from their day-to-day jobs.

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Videos on Internationality


Jose Luis Cardona (Graphic Designer): Transits through the thoughts of communities, cultural manifestations and productive practices, incorporating graphic design as a participatory element and a tool for community strengthening.