24 STUDENTS TOOK A CHANCE IN THE MAGHREB
Now, the end is near.
And I don’t know what to feel. Four months was a long time, but it all went by too fast. After the past week of feeling really ready to go home, I find myself not so sure anymore. Two days left in Rabat. I disregarded getting lost in my confusion and instead looked towards my fellow students to remember what a semester this was… to these great people who are now my friends. They share similar feelings – both good and bad. And we all went through this together.
I asked everyone to answer one of the following for one final video:
“I will miss ______ “, “I’ll never forget when______”, & “Morocco was______.”
So this is it.
This is what we have to say.
This is what we want to remember.
This is how we feel after living a semester abroad, in the Spring of 2014, in Rabat, Morocco.
Or at least, this is how I see it.
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