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25 Nov | Gabrielle Gum | No Comments

My Infatuation with Ireland

The trip was off to a good start and I hadn’t even landed yet. Our plane flew over the French Alps and I was in sheer awe of the snowcapped mountain tops beneath us.   People from our tour group were getting into Dublin at a range of times, so we checked into The Generator …

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20 Nov | Ellza Hines | No Comments

Abroad and Beyond

Guys, I only have 25 days left in Dublin. I have no idea where all the time went, I just got here yesterday, right? Sorry this is such a delayed post but as soon as we got back from assignment week, I had to make up all the time lost and actually work on my …

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19 Nov | Paige Caputo | No Comments

Berlin, Germany!

Florence to Berlin!       All morning Thursday I waited anxiously for the clock to turn 4:00 so I could head towards the train station to catch the shuttle bus to the airport. I was nervous because this trip consisted of a lot of my “first times” which included traveling alone while utilizing Europe’s public transportation, …

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13 Nov | Paige Caputo | No Comments

Weekend in Tuscany! (Florence/ Sienna)

Traveling is exhausting! I spent the weekend of November 7th the in the beautiful city that I am able to call my second home- Firenze!    On Friday morning, my roommate Nicole and I went to la milkeria which a well known place to find sweet treats loaded with your choice of nutella, powdered sugar and …

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11 Nov | athenaab | No Comments

Stacy McKay Benander Wins Leo Downling Award of Excellence

Congratulations to our President and Founder, Stacy McKay Benander, for winning the esteemed Leo Dowling Award of Excellence! Every year, NAFSA Region VI awards someone who has demonstrated the outstanding qualities that distinguished the late Leo R. Dowling of Indiana University, one of the “founding fathers” and an early president of NAFSA. The award recipient …

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10 Nov | Katie Kohart | No Comments

Oxford & The Cotswolds

Yesterday the Social Programme through Roehampton traveled to Oxford and The Cotswolds. In the Cotswolds we went to a beautiful village called Bourton-on-the-water. They call it the Venice of the Cotswolds, and although I haven’t been to Venice, it was beautiful. True to its name it was on the water, with cute little foot bridges …

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