By Davy Ran, a student of MPH in Global Health Leadership & Administration, 2016-2017 Cohort. Sometimes you can be on a journey without even knowing. Mine started approximately 4 years ago on a busy street in New York City. I remember it in the way you remember a particularly good meal or a sunset at the beach. A moment … More A 4-Year Journey Back to Heritage
By Palina Mahilina, a student of MA program in Child Development, 2016-2017 Cohort. After a few months in Israel, I suddenly realized – I’m homesick. I miss my close friends, medieval city centre, meeting people I know often and unexpectedly. I miss beers and coffee for slightly more than 1 USD, so normally I don’t think twice … More Europe Day as a Remedy
By Palina Mahilina, a student of MA program in Child Development, 2016-2017 Cohort. When you just arrive, you are simply not ready to explore. The view from the University is just good enough to keep you happy for many days, especially if your home country is not really hilly or there is no sea. If you explore … More Tired of sitting at lectures? Try hiking!
By Davy Ran, a student of MPH in Global Health Leadership & Administration, 2016-2017 Cohort. This semester at the University of Haifa International School (UHIS) is drawing to a close as Spring in Israel turns to Summer in Israel, which is… not that different, really. But though the weather may stay the same, the faces around … More Things I’ll Miss About Israel
By Meghna Girish, a student of MA program in Art Therapy, 2016-2017 Cohort. As part of the Master’s degree in Art Therapy, along with the theoretical classwork, we’re supposed to do field training at an institution on a weekly basis. Every week, along with my roommate we travel to the neighborhood in Haifa. It’s a 40 … More Field Training