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January in Bolivia

One of my  nursing classmates, Maureen Smith, had quite the adventure over the winter break. She decided to pay it forward and spend some time working at a hospital in Bolivia. 1,031 more words

~Not Too Much Happened~

It’s Been About Two Weeks, Since I Lasted Posted !! (Sorry)
I haven’t been doing much these past few weeks. Mostly, I’ve been hanging around campus “studying” but mostly it’s more like, I sit in the library with my textbook out and talking to friends. 77 more words

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Freedom and Falkirk

The Wallace Monument

A trip to Scotland would not be complete without a visit to the Wallace Monument. Standing on a hilltop that overlooks Stirling, the tower commemorates Sir William Wallace, a Scottish hero from the 13th-century. 118 more words

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The Orkneys

John O’Groats

John O’Groats is the gateway to the Orkney Islands. From this point, the North Pole is only 2,200 miles away. From the beginning of the trip to this point, our weather had been mild. 299 more words

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Abroad 101: There is an App for That

Let’s be honest, jumping on a plane and moving to another continent can be overwhelming. If you have been thought about studying abroad in London but were never quite sure if you’d be able to adapt to a new city, this post is for you. 472 more words


Foster Explo Sems - India and China new March 1st deadline

Two of the Foster School Exploration Seminars which offer 5 credits of a business elective or JSIS 394 have extended application deadlines to March 1st. 323 more words


Buenos Aires study abroad deadline extended

The Geography Department and CHID are co-sponsoring a study abroad opportunity to Buenos Aires.

Summer 2018: June 18 – August 17

Program Name: “Political Landscapes of Buenos Aires: Neoliberalism and the Struggle for Alternatives.” Run through CHID and co-sponsored by Geography. 186 more words

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