Monthly Archives: May 2011

A Final Thought on Greece

Dr. Horton 5/17/2011 And so the trip comes to a close with 21 hours (give or take) of travel from the lobby of the Pan Hotel in Athens, Greece to our beds in Crawfordsville, Indiana. It seems unreasonable to think … Continue reading

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The Last Day

Adam Barnes ’14 For our last day of activities in Greece, we traveled to one of the most well-known sites in the world: the Acropolis.  Most importantly, within the Acropolis was the Parthenon, which has been used for honoring religious … Continue reading

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Korinth and Isthmia

Jim Martin ’13 After spending weeks studying different stadiums across Greece and carefully compiling a table of my findings, I was finally able to see two of the most unique sites of all of Greece: Korinth and Isthmia. With our … Continue reading

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Nemea and Mycenae

Zack Stone ’13 Today was a great day for the Greek Athletics Immersion class. We had a lot of fun today, much like we have done throughout the rest of the trip. Like every other day, we started the day … Continue reading

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Presentations in Olympia

Alex Beck ’13 Today we had the fortune of visiting the new museum at Olympia.  I was extremely excited to see everything it housed, because I concentrated on Olympia for most of my research in this class.  The statues that … Continue reading

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David ’12 Finds Common Ground with Urban Students

Brian David ’12 – Chicago – While others at Wabash are experiencing immersion trips in Greece and London, I, along with six other future teachers from Wabash are spending this week teaching in the CPS school system. Let me tell … Continue reading

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Olympia

Charles Hill Today we visited the archaeological site of ancient Olympia, and will visit the museum tomorrow. We started our visit at the gymnasium complex, and went on to see several Roman buildings before moving onto buildings we presented on … Continue reading

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