Recapping 2010: Top 5 Most Viewed Posts

As the new year approaches, we’ll be looking back at some of the best posts from the past year (well, the past 3 months, but who’s counting), using scientific criteria, like the number of views, and less scientific criteria, like my personal preferences.  So, here we go!

The top 5 most viewed posts of 2010:

# 5) Reality Show of International Students’ Life in America, by Tara

And before he knew what was happening, he found himself being secured by two policemen, hands behind his back.

# 4) Trick or Turkey: Getting into American Holidays, by Nareg

I come from a close-knit family, and perhaps especially because I am currently away from them, I’ve found real beauty in the togetherness and fellowship that forms a big part of the Thanksgiving holiday.

# 3) What’s Up DC? Ready or Not Here I Come, by Alex

I AM one of those people and I come with a suitcase, a dream, my admission to AU and a dedication to blog about the experience. So what’s up DC?!! This is history in the making!!!

# 2) Do International Students Fit in With American Classmates?, Question of the week

It can be difficult to see eye-to-eye at times alright, but it’s never uninteresting.

# 1) If You Plan to Study in the US, Get Used to Working in Groups, by Jamal

Before coming to the U.S., I thought it would be quite tough to get used to all these “American interactions” with students and teachers.