Monthly Archives: October 2010

Back in Spain, Doing and Seeing Everything

This past week has been one of contrasts, surprises and hard work. It started with the group trip to Calp… Continue reading

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Just Another Vegetable in Bowl of Thin Soup

Reed Hepburn ’12 – I don’t mind, I’ve realized, being a vegetable in a gumbo, as opposed to another spoonful of the broth in a thin soup. I may be a potato in Paris’s demographic stew, but if my analogy … Continue reading

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Fall Break Odyssey

Well, the past several weeks have been fairly epic (hence my prolonged absence from this blog). Here’s what it takes for Steve to loose touch with America. Continue reading

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South Bend to Rome Quite a Journey

Robert Cassady ’12  – It is amazing how quickly a foreign city can become your home. I have been in Rome now for over a month, and I feel quite at home. This is rather surprising because Rome is so … Continue reading

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British Family Helps Stankovich Feel Welcomed

  Stevan Stankovich ’12 - England is incredible! I can hardly believe it; I have been studying abroad for almost 2 months and yet it feels like I got here yesterday.  I live in a castle and study in it with … Continue reading

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Markey Experiencing the Differences in York

Tim Markey ’12 – Orientation for students at the University of York has finally ended, and on Monday the academic adventure begins. Of course, I’ve already had quite an adventure getting here in the first place. It all started with … Continue reading

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Sullivan ’12 Living in British Castle

Terence Sullivan ’12 – I live in a castle … My study abroad experience is, guaranteed, completely different than any other student’s. I am studying at Harlaxton College in Grantham, about ninety miles north of London. Harlaxton Manor is, essentially, … Continue reading

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