Monthly Archives: November 2008

Aguilar ’10 Enjoying the Great Art

Miguel Aguilar ’10 – Wow it has been almost two months now since I have been here in Valencia,Spain. The first two weeks here I just tried to adapt to their culture as well as what I should expect for … Continue reading

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Traveling Europe, Seeing Wabash Men

Nathan Schrader ’10 – Needless to say quite a bit has happened since I wrote about five or six weeks ago. However, I hadn’t traveled outside Rome until I met up with Danny King and Brad Jones in Barcelona on … Continue reading

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Vienna Feels Just Like Home

Patrick Griffith ’10 – Being in Vienna, I can certainly see why people explain it as a “Big, small city” or a “Small, big city.”  It really does have that feel to it!  The whole city is easily accessible with … Continue reading

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Jones Trying to See as Much as Possible

Brad Jones ’10 – For me, everywhere in the world is the same! Now hold up just one minute — before you rush to contradict that statement as blatantly untrue and obviously misguided, take a second and hear me out. … Continue reading

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Rabin Paudel Doing Research in Tennessee

Rabin Paudel ’10 – I have been doing research at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) in Oak Ridge, Tennessee since August. It is an off-campus study program designed as a science semester which gives the opportunity for undergraduate students … Continue reading

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