Monthly Archives: February 2011

Amazing Days in Kenya

Pete Guiden ’12 – Feb. 19 - So…this is Africa.  Since arriving in Kenya, I think I can admit that inside I still feel a little confused.  You would think that being transplanted to a different continent, half the world away, … Continue reading

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Through Germany and Finally Settled in Vienna

Michael Trevino ’12 – After a month of intensive German courses and a five-hour train ride, I have finally made it to beautiful (albeit chilly) Vienna. What can I possibly say about Vienna that has not already been said; it … Continue reading

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Learning to Appreciate a Different Form of Music

Yangnan (Paul) Liu ‘12  – Recently, I have been exposed to different dimensions of art, particularly musical performance during my program seminars. Each week, a couple of us New York Arts Program students are invited to non-traditional music concerts to … Continue reading

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The Daily Challenges of Pervuian Culture

Jake Brandewie ‘12 – In my travels this semester, I have discovered when telling people in South America that you are from Indiana there are two common reactions.  Most people shoot you a blank stare and ask if that is … Continue reading

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Auschwitz – A Sobering Experience Hard to Prepare For

Kenny Farris ’12 - It’s been five and a half weeks since I arrived in England, and in just a short time I’ve seen and experienced so much different to Wabash and the United States.  I’ve slept in the airport waiting … Continue reading

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Learning Ways of Life in India

Andrew Kunze ’12 - I’ve been in Jaipur for just over two weeks now, and things have been great. Right now it is the season of weddings in India. They schedule the weddings on the most auspicious days according to astrology. … Continue reading

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“Welcome to England; you’ll fit right in”

Donovan Bisbee ’12 – The walled city of York in the United Kingdom has a vibrant history which includes Roman occupation, Viking conquest and rule, the War of the Roses, and much more.  Upon arriving at the rail station in … Continue reading

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