Monthly Archives: March 2010

Grand Finds Australians Very Welcoming

Kyle Grand ’11 – I have been studying at Bond University in Gold Coast, Australia for about three months now, and it has truly been one of the best experiences of my life. The Gold Coast is one of the most … Continue reading

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Study Abroad Includes Seeing Europe

Jorge Rostro ’11 – It has been about five weeks now since I have arrived at Aberdeen. At first, life was dark and cold and the sun hardly came out. Now, the sun shines more and it seems to be … Continue reading

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复旦大学: My Shanghai University

For over two weeks now I’ve been a 留学生 (abroad student) at Fudan University in Shanghai. Since the academic experience is the most important part of my time here, I feel that I tell you a little bit more about my … Continue reading

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Back ’11 Working on German in Austria

Leon Back ’11 – I just started my abroad experience the first of March. I will be in Marburg, Germany for the duration of the German summer semester. However, as part of my program, I get to spend about a … Continue reading

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Starnes Surprised at Quick Immersion into Culture

Ian Starnes ’11 – When my plane arrived at Barajas International Airport in Madrid on Jan. 4, my stomach was cringing with anticipation.  I had no idea what was in store for me during my study abroad adventures. I had heard several stories … Continue reading

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复旦大学的学期:In Shanghai!

That’s it: my semester abroad at Fudan University finally began! The 13-hour train ride went very well (slept right through it:)) and I got to my Fudan apartment without any problems. Soon after the arrival, we started our week-long orientation. … Continue reading

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Experiencing the Chile Earthquake On Second Day

Michael Jordan ‘ 11 – In our orientation the SIT program advised the group that Chile was a country susceptible to earthquakes. With most of us from the Midwest and East coast we paid no attention to that warning, and little … Continue reading

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