Monthly Archives: November 2010

Learning A Country’s Culture from Young People

Terrence Sullivan ’12 – In recent weeks I have been busy. Between the rush of term papers and tests I have found my way around a portion of the continent. As my days here in merry ol’ England draw to … Continue reading

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Visiting Amdersdam, Scotland Expands Cultural Experience

Jake Peacock ’12 – A lot has happened since my last blog entry. I got into an immersion course to Peru, I went to Amsterdam and Ireland, and I found out my good friend Matt Kraft ’10 (who is teaching … Continue reading

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Xátiva and Spanish friends

I spent last Saturday in Xátiva, a small town about an hour away from Valencia. A long castle dominates the surrounding mountains, so we of course climbed the hill and explored the castle. While a great place to hike and … Continue reading

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Seville, Law occupy Wally Abroad

This past weekend, a group of nine students from the UVA Valencia program decided to go to Seville for the weekend. Featuring Andy Goodwin ’97, Spanish teacher on sabbatical in a Spanish paradise. Continue reading

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Markey ’12 Delves into History, Politics

Tim Markey ’11 - Man, do I have a lot to write about! It’s been a very busy few weeks since my last post. I’ve been from York to Keswick, and Newcastle to Edinburgh. I’ve finished and gotten feedback on my … Continue reading

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Wabash Connections Everywhere

Will Liu ‘ 12 – I am currently studying abroad at University of Aberdeen in Scotland. Aberdeen is the third largest city in Scotland, with a population of approximately 210,400. It lies on the northern coast of UK which means … Continue reading

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Wabash Student discovers Holy Grail, Valencia

This past week has somewhat trying. Malaga was rainy and surrounded by excessive train delays, schoolwork was difficult and abundant, and a bizarre run-in with a door has left my right middle finger virtually useless for the next several weeks.

So when the weekend finally came, I was more than ready to explore… Continue reading

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