Affection, Catcalling, and the Bronco Family Bond

Lilee VandeZande Graphic Design Major Book Arts in Europe, Summer I 2017 This post is going to be a little all over the place because the first two weeks have been crazy busy and I haven’t gotten a lot of time to get my thoughts in order. These have been some of the best days…

Halfway Around the World, I Feel Right at Home

Megan Eiswerth Major: Graphic Design Book Arts in Europe, Summer I 2017 The start to my journey has been filled with incredible sights and wonderful experiences, as well as some minor speed bumps along the way. During the layover at the Frankfurt airport, me and my friend had some confusion about our gate number for…

A First Glance at Book Arts in Europe

Olivia Bevacqua Graphic Design Major Book Arts in Europe, Summer I 2017 Hello reader, I’m no longer in the United States! The eleven of us arrived three days ago in Florence, Italy. It’s a strange thing to be standing on a different continent. Still, the strange tends to become a familiar feeling on these types…

Observations in Germany

Natalie Witham Major: Business German Business and Culture, Germany Summer I 2017 Since I  arrived in Germany, there have been many culture differences. From the food, human gestures, the fashion, restaurant service and even the bathroom experiences. Germany has two foods, bread and sausage. Of course there are other things to eat but I am…

Always Stay Humble and Kind

Meriah Putnam Major: Integrated Supply Management Business and Culture in the Dominican Republic Summer I, 2017 I think the song “Humble and Kind” by Tim McGraw has the perfect message for everyone, especially when you are traveling abroad to places that are less well off than your own country. Traveling to the Dominican Republic has…

The First of May

Kelsey Ennis Major: History and German Bonn University, Spring 2017 Here in Germany, the first of May is not just Labor Day, but a day of celebration, tokens of love, and protesting. This past Monday I didn’t have class at the University or work at my internship. Like most other Germans, I had the day…

The Halfway Mark

Sydney Foster Business and Spanish Majors Buenos Aires, Argentina Midterms approached quicker than I expected. This semester feels like it’s flying by. Midterms are nothing like they are in the states. I don’t know if it’s because all of the classes are taught in Spanish and they know that there are more barriers and we…

Winter Break Adventures in Ghana

Karianne Lane Senior/ Management and Marketing Fall Semester 2016 December 4 -18 Ghana Business and Culture While abroad in Ghana we never really had classroom setting for class. This study aboard was more going out to three different business and learn what they do. The first one we went to was Neilsen. You could say that…

India: Day Two

Abigail Bowers Marketing major India: Sustainability in the Developing World Winter break, 2016 Day two. We are now all rested up and finally starting to really look at our surroundings and take everything in. Everything is different, the food, the languages, the clothing, the climate, the air, and oh did I mention the traffic?! The…