Special Mobility Series: How Moving to the Opposite Side of the World Changes You

People expected Arden to stay in the US where life was safe and familiar, not to travel the world. She proved them wrong in a big way.

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Special Mobility Series: Aussies Might Speak English, but Their Uni is Like a Foreign Language

You mean, for Aussies a 60% isn’t a life-ending grade? Arden describes the differences between Australian and American universities.

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Special Mobility Series: Why It’s Okay that Moving and Making Friends Never Gets Easier

Moving to Australia was way out of Arden’s comfort zone, so she looked for ways she could feel at home. Soon she realized she didn’t have to look very far.

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Special Mobility Series: 4 Tips on Traveling as a Student in a Powered Wheelchair

Special Correspondent Arden Lee shares some useful tips about Australian public transportation: “No matter the outcome, it’ll definitely be a story.”

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Special Mobility Series: Study Abroad Work Begins Even Before the First Plane Ride

In addition to classes and her visa, Arden also had to consider the logistics of traveling and living abroad while in a wheelchair.

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