Zoe Carver is a second-year student of International Affairs and Peace Studies at the George Washington University, minoring in French and Creative Writing. She is originally from Portland, Oregon and is apart of GW's Literary Magazine, Model UN team, and Student Climate Coalition. She just finished a positon interning in the United States Senate, and has a deep love for crocheting.
Blogs by Zoe Carver
After a semester in Morocco, I think about everything that's changed upon my departure.
A final goodbye to my home for the last semester. Thank you for all the memories!
Time for our trip to the Sahara! Riding camels, staying in tents, going on jeep rides, and more...
An itemized list on the very best parts of getting to stay with a host family during my time in Morocco!
The Rabat cohort took a weekend trip into the Ifrane National Forest to explore Morocco's natural beauty and learn about the native Amazigh culture.
An exploration of travel around Morocco: by plane, train, and automobile!