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*Click Click Click* There’s No Place Like Home, But México Was Wonderful

Spending this summer studying abroad in México City (or CDMX for Ciudad de Mexico) was truly a priceless experience. I have been to México...
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More Trips!

Written on Saturday, July 28 These past few weeks have been amazing and eventful! For my Culture and History of Mexico class, we took...
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A harsh lesson for humanity

A man jumps from one slab to another; groups of loud kids play hide-and-seek; a girl takes a photo of her friend striking an...
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Expedites I Will Never Forget

A class I have been enjoying so much has been Culture & History of Mexico. Every class I am learning more and more about...
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Folklórico Fills My Heart With The Sound Of Music

On Sunday night, I checked off an item from my bucket list: watching the Ballet Folkórico de México de Amalia Hernández. I have procrastinated...
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Historical Perspectives

A garden that should be seen as a place of beauty with bright green leaves overheard letting in slim rays of sun is immediately...
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A Reflection on the Serbian Worldview

It is truly amazing what you can learn about a people or culture by simply living among them. In the past week, we have...
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Settling in, but seeing new places

We have finally settled in at Stellenbosch for a few weeks, and we have begun to get into a routine. As someone studying Industrial...
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Trip to Arles

As part of the Art, Literature, and Contemporary European Thought program, we got to visit the south of France. I have to admit, I...
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Meditations on a Concentration Camp

The European Union Studies program took a trip to Strasbourg to see the Council of Europe and the EU parliament at Strasbourg. Before visiting...
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