Study abroad at Grinnell is really inclusive. The best experience I had was going around Russia in St. Petersburg, Moscow, and Novgorod. And I went the summer after my first year. So really you can go throughout your four-year experience at Grinnell. I was in a very, very small group, so it was maybe 10 of us? It was really great to practice my Russian language abilities as well as just travel and get to know a different culture. What I thought was especially unique to Grinnell is that it's not just you know, helping you find a semester to study abroad. I studied abroad just for summer because it was better for me in my life and my schedule. But also there are classes built in to Grinnell that have off-campus study components, too. So like for a fall break or spring break, you might go abroad with a class. And so there are a multitude of different ways to sort of engage with the broader world than just, you know, the traditional study abroad experience. I spent the summer in Cape Town, South Africa, and I was on a program that was connected to learning about the history and social justice of South Africa. And I also did an internship there where I was working in a youth home doing some teaching and social work type of things. The idea that you can meld a really positive sort of travel experience with also a deeply informative academic experience and also sort of an internship that's helping you grow professionally but also personally is super cool.