Monthly Archives: September 2008

Schultz ’10 Finds Language Challenging

Mark Schultz ’10 – My study abroad experience in Germany began three weeks ago when I landed in Frankfurt. Since then, the program has kept us busy with study trips and grammar classes. On Monday, we have to take the … Continue reading

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A Road Trip to Germany for Beethoven

While many of my peers that are studying abroad this semester are finally getting settled into their new environment and gearing up for classes, I have taken somewhat of a different route. I’ve already had my first round of finals … Continue reading

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Italians Have a Slower-Paced Lifestyle

Nathan Schrader ’10 – So needless to say these last two weeks have been an adventure. The excitement of arriving, the homesickness, the amazing breathtaking views of Roman buildings … it’s a giant blur. It’s quite an adjustment from Wabash, … Continue reading

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Exploring Madrid While Settling In

Mark Thomas ’10 – With much thanks to Wabash, I have been given the opportunity to do what many juniors at Wabash this year are doing, studying abroad. After my arrival in Madrid, Spain, I met up with my orientation … Continue reading

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Great Start Exploring St. Petersburg

Aaron Bonar ’10 – St. Petersburg, Russia - Winston Churchill once said, “Russia is a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma.” Nowhere is this more apparent than St. Petersburg, which is simultaneously the “Capital of the Tsars,” the “Birthplace … Continue reading

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