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16 Oct | Pilar Filgueira | No Comments

Athena’s Global Learning Collective Partnership Featured in the PIE News

Athena’s involvement in a newly-formed partner consortium, the Global Learning Collective, has been featured in The PIE News. The PIE is a highly-trusted London-based source of news reporting on all things related to international education across the globe. As a founding member of the Collective, we are thrilled and honored by the PIE’s support in helping us …

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10 Oct | Brittany Reed | No Comments

Fall 2018 Athena Scholarship Winners

The leaves are changing, another semester gets underway, and now it's time to announce this Fall's Athena Scholarship Winners! We received a lot of great applications this year and are happy to announce that the recipients of this semester's scholarships are:   Marie McKay Global Citizen Scholarship: $1,000 Olivia D'AgostinoOhio Northern UniversityCusco, Peru "Education. Without ...

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8 Oct | Maddie Grubich | No Comments

Amateur

Amateur n. a person who engages in a pursuit solely for the sake of pleasure or passion. I found this definition of amateur on a tote bag in Atlantis Books on Santorini this weekend. It struck me as odd in the sense that humans like to use the word as a sort of insult. I …

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8 Oct | Maddie Grubich | No Comments

The Storm That Never Came

As we were getting ready for the storm that never came, I helped one of my friends out with a photography project on the beach. It was the cloudiest day we’ve seen, yet somehow also one of my favorites. There’s something special about rainy beach days, and there’s something magical about experiencing this island in …

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8 Oct | Amber Burrows | No Comments

Exploring Valencia

I got to spend my entire weekend in Valencia. Our hotel was a 5 minute walk from the beach which is where we pretty much spent all of our time. It is off season so the beach wasn’t too crowded which made for a very peaceful weekend. The Mediterranean Sea was nice and warm, we …

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8 Oct | Ailyn Ayala | No Comments

La Plaza De Toros-Seville

    La plaza de toros de la Maestranza was built in the 17th century and is the oldest bullfighting ring in all of Spain. The price for students to visit La Plaza de Toros is 5 euros and it includes a guided tour with translated descriptions throughout the entire visit. I particularly enjoyed visiting this …

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