A Truly Humbling Experience

Kylie Adams Criminal Justice and Psychology Double Major University of Cape Town, South Africa, Spring 2017 In March 2017 I left for my semester-long study abroad in Cape Town, South Africa.  Prior to my departure, I had no idea what I was getting myself into.  I had done a fair amount of research to familiarize…

Shukransgiving & Sahara Nights

Morgan McCullough Global & International Studies / Spanish Major, Arabic Minor Non-WMU Program: IES Rabat, Morocco “Why do you take the covers off?” my host mom’s friend asked, giggling. I was hunched over a pile of potatoes and scraping at the skin with a dull knife. My roommate and I were making mashed potatoes for…

Relaxing in Kochi – IndiBroncos 2017 Day 9

Samantha Nolan Integrated Supply Management Major India: Sustainability in the Developing World, Fall 2017 Our first full day in Cochin! We had breakfast at the Marriott and although I love the Indian food, we were all very excited to see they had pancakes, waffles and omelettes. Kochi, another name for Cochin, is more of a…

Life Changing Realizations in Scotland

Lydia Wood Art History Major The University of Edinburgh, Scotland, Fall 2016 I completed a fall semester abroad at the University of Edinburgh in Edinburgh, Scotland where I took classes pertaining to my major in art history and my minor in public history. The classes were taught in a seminar style with group projects, discussions,…

Photo Blog: London

Tori Ford Fashion Merchandising and Design: Design and Development Regent’s University, United Kingdom, Spring Semester 2017 Regent’s university  London is one of the UK’s most respected independent universities and one of the most internationally diverse, with around 140 different student nationalities on campus. The specific program underlined by this blogger is the Regent’s School of Fashion…

My Travels In Greece.

Name: Ciara Larson Major: Public History Western Roots of Interior Design-Greek Influence, Summer I 2017. Describe how your Study Abroad experience has enhanced your academic pursuits: Greece was an amazing place. The culture was so relaxed and friendly, and the city streets were more beautiful than any street I had seen in the US. I…

Reasons To Travel After Your Program

Melina Wilcox Major: Sculpture Minor: Art History Book Arts in Europe, Summer I 2017 When I was planning my six weeks in Europe—the first four of which were  apart of a study aboard program—all I had were idyllic notions of how wonderful and life-changing this journey would be. I would be remiss to say those notions…

We’re ALIVE!

Sarah Keizer German and Tourism & Travel Bonn University, Germany Spring Semester 2017 There is no shortage of myths and legends in Germany. Its folktales are what attract so many people to the country, what with its many castles on forested hills, the Romantic Road…but it may be that Germany doesn’t just serve as inspiration…

Why You Should Go Your Own Way

Sarah Keizer German and Tourism & Travel Bonn University, Germany Spring Semester 2017 When you study abroad, it’s not difficult to make friends. You find people who are going on the same journey as you are, and you all dream of the stunning places you can go to together. Belgium, The Netherlands, France… It’s great…

Into the Cold!

Jack Fuller Majors: Accountancy and Spanish Buenos Aires, Argentina, Spring 2017 For spring break, I decided to do the opposite of what most people do:  I went to the end of the world.  By the end of the world, I mean Ushuaia.  Ushuaia is the capital of the southernmost province of Argentina, Tierra del Fuego. …

Adventures to Patagonia

Sydney Foster Spanish and Sales and Business Marketing Majors Buenos Aires, Argentina El Calafate, the Perito Moreno Glacier, and El Chalten were some of the most beautiful parts of Argentina I’ve ever seen. We took a long weekend to Patagonia, and although the flight was expensive other aspects of the trip really don’t have to…