Monthly Archives: October 2008

Salamanca is Like Mini United Nations

Jon O’Donnell ’10 -Slightly more than two months have passed since I first arrived in Spain. It’s not often articulated that to leave everything behind to live in a different culture for several months is a substantial challenge, but without … Continue reading

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Being Immersed in Italian Life

David Haggard ’10 – My experience in Rome has truly been a blessing.  Studying aboard in Italy has enriched and enhanced my study of religion. I feel like I am completely immersed in the Catholic culture of Italy, whether it … Continue reading

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Volunteering at the Hermitage has its benefits

Aaron Bonar ’10 – Sure, one can freely roam one of the greatest museums in the world and see  priceless masterpieces, or get into shows like “Swan Lake” for free, but nothing beats the discounted pizza at the Hermitage Cafe. … Continue reading

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Exploring Cities Around Toledo

Mark Thomas ’10 – After finishing up my third week in Spain, I can definitely say that I am having a fantastic time living, learning, and traveling here.  Also, I have quickly learned how easy it is to pick up … Continue reading

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