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Costa Rica Day 4

Day four of Costa Rica was filled with fun adventures.  We started off at Nortico which is a cacao farm.  We explored the farm and the different types of cacao that they grow there.  We tried all different kinds of chocolate.  Then we were able to make our own chocolate and add in all of the things we like.  After

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Views from Italy & Spain from January study abroad students

Our students studying abroad this January have settled into their new temporary homes in Sorrento, Italy and Barcelona, Spain.  Photos of Sagrada Familia, Barcelona, Spain : Taken by Mary Katherine McNamara Photos of Italian coast: Taken by Anthony DiMaria-Sadorski Both students are taking a 3-credit course this winter while immersed in the culture, language, and

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Costa Rica Day 2

Day two of Costa Rica was a busy day.  We started off by going to the souvenir shop and visiting the attached farm area.  The shop was filled with so many hand made wood objects that were so interesting.  The farm was filled with lots of different animals including peacocks, bunnies, chickens, fish, a donkey and a cow.  After

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Costa Rica Day 1

We arrived in Costa Rica today after a long 12 hours of travel.  After we landed, we met with our travel leader and went to our hotel.  From there, we went on a tour of San José.  We saw all different monuments, parks, and old buildings.  We also saw the places where past presidents lived as well as the

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Two Days Until Costa Rica

Only two days until we leave for Costa Rica and we are all so excited!  While we are there, we will be doing so many things.  Some days we will be visiting farms like a Cacao Farm, while others we will be exploring the beautiful Costa Rican landscape.  Our main goal will be focusing on Environmental Justice for

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“Best Decision Ever”

By: Diana Gallego If I could describe Study Abroad in three words, it would be: Best Decision Ever. If I could describe my time in Greece in three words, it would be: Wonderfully, Chaotically Amazing. This fall semester I did something I never thought I would have the courage to do. I travelled to a

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