Harvard College students, join us on Thursday, October 25 to discuss the interplay of race and ethnicity in your study abroad experience.
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Harvard College students, join us on Thursday, November 1 for a study break, free hot cocoa, and discussion about study abroad opportunities.
Harvard students, join us during Harvard Worldwide Week on Thursday, October 25 to meet our staff, learn about resources for international travel and study, and enjoy trivia, prizes, and food.
We're hosting a special on-campus enrollment event for faculty and staff to apply for the Global Entry Trusted Traveler program.
Harvard travelers will benefit from the International SOS program's strength of service and technology, and breadth of in-country medical and security resources.
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A security professional shares advice and resources for dealing with street harassment abroad.