Leaving the Comfort Zone: Emily’s Year of Theatre in London
Adventures of Gap Year Hooligans

Leaving the Comfort Zone: Emily’s Year of Theatre in London

My sister Emily Feinstein insisted she never wanted to go abroad. Loudly. Often. Whenever our parents brought it up. “I love Barnard College so much…

Putting Pins in the Map: Jason’s Gap Year
Adventures of Gap Year Hooligans

Putting Pins in the Map: Jason’s Gap Year

A year of spontaneity and travel took Jason Tangson on an adventure of epic proportions. Jason first heard about the gap year option from a…

Sofia the Adventurer: NOLS and Nicaragua For the Win
Adventures of Gap Year Hooligans

Sofia the Adventurer: NOLS and Nicaragua For the Win

Sofia Gnabasik has always been an adventurer. After biking across America the summer before her senior year and going on a rigorous hiking trip in…

Australia and Abroad: A Gap Year of Work and Travel
Adventures of Gap Year Hooligans

Australia and Abroad: A Gap Year of Work and Travel

It’s no wonder that Ruth Hoog Antink had her mind set on taking a gap year ever since she hit high school. Her mother had…

To Africa and Back: A Gap Year Abroad
Adventures of Gap Year Hooligans

To Africa and Back: A Gap Year Abroad

It was my best friend, Lily, who was always the adventurous one as we grew up together. She was like my older sister: Lily would…

Working Hard and Hardly Working: My Gap Year at Home
Adventures of Gap Year Hooligans

Working Hard and Hardly Working: My Gap Year at Home

Of course I was disappointed that I couldn’t travel abroad. That’s what nearly everyone does on a gap year: an intense cultural-immersion-type thing. I had…

Bridging the Gap Between Students and the Gap Year Option
Adventures of Gap Year Hooligans

Bridging the Gap Between Students and the Gap Year Option

When you first make friends in college, they ask you all sorts of questions. What’s your name? Where are you from? What do you do?…

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