Monthly Archives: November 2011

Starbuck ’12 Reflects on Final Day in Ireland

Sam Starbuck ’12 – Our last full day in Ireland was a lot more relaxed than the previous two, but that is not to say we did not have as much fun. Today we had the morning to ourselves. Myself … Continue reading

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Maya ’12: Visit to Unoccupied Prison Interesting

Alejandro Maya ’12 – During our last day in Dublin we paid visits to Kilmainham Gaol (one of the oldest unoccupied prisons) and the amazing Guinness factory. The Kilmainham Gaol was particularly interesting to me, because of my interest in … Continue reading

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Markey ’12: Thanksgiving in the Land of Joyce

Tim Markey ‘ 12 – Happy Thanksgiving everyone! On this day I’m very grateful for the opportunity to study abroad once again, this time as part of an immersion trip to Ireland. Yesterday our group explored the role of Dublin … Continue reading

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