Author Archives: Howard Hewitt

Ward ’14: A Little more Irish History

Darius Ward ’14 – Near the conclusion of the immersion trip, each student in my group was encouraged to visit one of several locations and blog about the experience afterwards. So where did I decide to go? Yep, you got … Continue reading

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Bog Bodies Stirs Anleitner’s Interest

Jon Anleitner ’14 – During our last day in Ireland, we were faced with the task of picking at least one place Dublin to write about. I wanted to go somewhere that was not only going to be educational, but … Continue reading

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Aguilar ’15 Theatre Caps Amazing Week

Emiliano Aguilar ’15  – As our week abroad drew to a close, the other students and I were given an opportunity to choose our own learning experience in Dublin on Saturday. With half a day ahead of us, we had … Continue reading

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Anleitner ’14: Immersion Illustrates Differences

Jon Anleitner ’14 - As an American citizen with no abroad experience,  it is hard to distinguish between your culture and one from another country such as Ireland. Some Americans think that they don’t come from America because their ancestors didn’t. … Continue reading

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Aguilar ’15 Taken by Irish Stories

Emiliano Aguilar ’15 – The trip is nothing like what I expected! I have never traveled outside my own country and just expected Ireland to be another country like the United States and the rest of the Western world. Our … Continue reading

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Students Embrace Joyce, Ireland Culture

Ryan Horner ’15 – If you’re ever blessed with the opportunity to travel anywhere in Ireland, you can expect two things: plenty of talk about Guinness, and a full exposure to Irish pride. For a class studying Irish author James … Continue reading

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Wren ’14 Experiences Locals in Rainforest

Luke Wren ’14 – We are in Tarapoto now, our last place we stay until we go back to the States. It is a city in the selva (jungle/rain forest). Today was a long but eventful day. We traveled to … Continue reading

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