Monthly Archives: June 2010

Johnson ’11 Fitting In with Greek Culture

Joe Johnson ’11 – Well, I am on my fourth week in Athens and I find it pretty astounding how the time in a foreign country has adapted me to its everyday lifestyle. For example, I went downtown to a store … Continue reading

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Concannon ’11 Absorbing Turkey’s History

Patrick Concannon ’11 – Well since my last blog I have been to Turkey and back. While I was in Turkey our class went to see Ephesus which is one of the many places Paul preached and is considered his … Continue reading

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Johnson ’11 Skepticism Gone, Greece is Living History

Joe Johnson ‘ 11 – As a first time international traveler, I would be lying if I said I wasn’t a little skeptical, nervous, or at times afraid of what to expect about living in another country (especially if that … Continue reading

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Concannon ’11 Begins Summer Experience in Greece

Patrick Concannon ’11 – Greece is amazing. I have only been here a week and I am loving it. The people are nice and kind to all of the students. The news made it seem like an unsafe place but it … Continue reading

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