Monthly Archives: July 2009

Ingram ’10 Treasured Last Days in France

Alex Ingram ’10 – (Written July 23) – With one day left in France, it´s painfully clear that I don´t have enough time to finish everything on my to do list. However, I´m sure I will be more than content … Continue reading

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Vick ’10 Pays a Visit to Nuremberg

Michael Vick ’10 – With the beautiful weather of the past few days, it only made sense to take a day off from class and spend the day exploring another city. Having heard other students talk about how nice it … Continue reading

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Ingram ’10 Has Learned Much About the French

Alex Ingram ’10 – A touch of homesickness is setting in as my last week comes closer. The French Riviera has been an amazing place to spend my summer, undoubtedly full of cultural experiences, but I feel more and more … Continue reading

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Ingram ’10 Learning French, Enjoying Travel

Alex Ingram ’10 – My first week has been absolutely amazing in the Cote d’Azur. I don’t know where to begin, so I’ll just dive in I guess. My French class is intensive and difficult, but extremely helpful. Each day, … Continue reading

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Vick ’10 Finds Berlin Overwhelming

Michael Vick ’10 – At this moment, I feel as if I could write a dissertation based solely on last weekend’s experiences in Berlin. Many were morose and awe-inspiring: walking over the former location of SS headquarters, where the “Final … Continue reading

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Rudolph Fund: Ingram ’10 Arrives in France

Alex Ingram ’11 – The past three days have been hectic to say the least. Sufficeth to say, dealing with an overbooked flight and currency/payment issues is not how I planned spending my first day in France. Regardless, the three … Continue reading

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