Author Archives: Adam Phipps

Louvre a Perfect Fit for Tian Tian ’11

Tian Tian ’11 – Being able to have classes regularly at the Louvre Museum in Paris is already a big treat for me as an art major student. Having an externship in the Louvre during December just literally put me … Continue reading

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Weber ’11: Traveling China a Diverse Experience

Will Weber ’11 – When I stepped off the plane at the Pu Dong airport in Shanghai the first thing that popped into my head was “what have I gotten myself into?” I had just stepped onto foreign soil, controlled … Continue reading

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Scheller ’11 Values Friendships He’s Made in Italy

Matthew Scheller ’11 – When I first came to Rome, I was incredibly intimidated by the city lifestyle and size of the city itself. Being from a small town in Southern Indiana doesn’t exactly make it easy to cope with … Continue reading

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Drake ’11 Embraced Challenges of Studying Abroad

Austin Drake ’11 – Spain has, in a word, been asombroso. It has been both a challenge and a great blessing. Studying abroad has thus far challenged me and driven me towards greater independence and maturity as both an individual and … Continue reading

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German Reflects on Gibraltar, Morrocan Visits

Jake German ’11 – My program in Granada periodically schedules weekend visits to different cities of cultural interest in Andalusia like Cordoba, Sevilla, and Cadiz. However, the main trip of the semester is the week-long excursion to Morocco by way of … Continue reading

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Avtgis ’11 Swirling in Morrocan Culture

Alex Avtgis ’11 – While most of the globalized Western world employs modernization in order to boast of their pluralist hybridities (cultural, social, or otherwise), Morocco can proudly claim the latter without needing recourse to the former; a dynamic cornucopia … Continue reading

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Tian Embracing French Culture Daily

Tian Tian ’11 – With the combination of an art major with French and economics minors, as well as a life-long passion for classical music, I simply cannot think of a better place than Paris to spend my study-abroad semester. … Continue reading

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