The Spider and the Wasp

Max Wellman English: Creative Writing and Spanish Majors Universidad de Burgos, Fall 2017  I initially had no desire to write about this, because it’s a controversial subject; but it exists, and it’s part of the culture, and I went. Hemingway, for all his masculine straightforwardness, was himself perplexed at how to approach the subject. There’s…

Beautiful Berlin

Hanna Fussman  Major: Tourism & Travel Bonn University, Spring 2018 Sometimes, I feel like Germany is underrated. I watch a lot of travel vloggers on youtube, and as much as I love the content they put out, it seems Germany is never a highlight of their travels. Honestly, of the people I watch, I’ve only…

The Perfect Day in Santorini

Hanna Fussman Major: Tourism & Travel Bonn University, Spring 2018 The best part about studying in Europe is that you can travel almost anywhere you want. Santorini is on the pricey side, but it’s definitely worth it. The view from anywhere on the island is insane, not to mention there are dogs everywhere! We discovered…

Living Out My Dreams in Athens

Hanna Fussman Major: Tourism & Travel Bonn University, Spring 2018 When I was a kid, I was obsessed with Greek mythology. The reason? The Percy Jackson series, of course. I was so into it. I mean, really, I did learn a lot. After obsessing over those books, I took a lot of time to learn…

Something That’s Important to us All

Hilary Johnson MSW/SPADA Community Health and Permaculture in Guatemala, Spring Break 2017 My experience traveling to Guatemala last spring was an experience I will never forget. One of my favorite parts of the trip was spending time at the Mesoamerican Permaculture Institute. The Mesoamerican Permaculture Institute (Instituto Mesoamericano de Permacultura – IMAP) is a non-profit…

Reshaping my World

Adriana Echols Major: Geography Beijing & Lanzhou, China GEOG 5450: Overseas Study on China’s Water Resources Management (Faculty-Led), Summer II 2018 The vision of reshaping the world around us and preserving this magnificent world for future generations inspires and encourages me to learn as much as I can about the earth. Studying in China gave me the…

Budapest and Iced Coffee

Hanna Fussman Major: Tourism & Travel Bonn University, Spring 2018 My family is pretty aware of its roots in Europe, which has made my trip all the more fun. I’ve been trying to travel to the places I know I have family from, so this time around I went to Hungary! Of my great grandparents,…

The Awakening: A Testimonial

Chasity Cooper Major: Psychology Intercultural Communication & Ethnography in the Dominican Republic, Spring 2017 Cultural Connections in Senegal: Causes of Globalization and Consequences on Systems, Summer I, 2017 For many students who feel like: “I do not have time to study abroad, I do not want to study abroad for a whole semester, I do…

N.ever E.nd P.eace A.nd L.ove

Carly Baldwin Majors: Early Childhood Professional & Spanish Education, Service, and International Development in Nepal, Summer I, 2018 My name is Carly Baldwin and in the Fall of 2018 I will be a fifth year senior.  I am studying Early Childhood Education and Spanish.  I recently went on a sixteen-day study abroad program to Nepal…

Florence Is Every Artists Dream

Morgan Haskins Major: Graphic and Printing Science Book Arts in Italy Summer I, 2018 Besides the shocking fact that I’m in Italy, studying art (how is this even real??), I would have to say that one of the most shocking elements of this trip so far has been traveling without family. Up until now, I…

The Best and Worst of Iceland

Hey Y’all, It’s been a couple of weeks since I have been home, and I owe my loyal followers a summary of my trip to Iceland. I am still trying to wrap my mind around all that I saw; so to ensure that I don’t ramble too much, here is an extensive list of my…