Hello there! For my next installment of study abroad posts, I’ve decided to share a little bit about my trip to Sydney, Australia. As I mentioned in my last post, I studied abroad in New Zealand last winter on the anthropology foreign study program. Many […]
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I was impressed that Dartmouth Alumni Magazine was able to pick only 101 of their favorite things about Dartmouth…that was until I was asked to pick my 10 favorite from that list. An impossible task? Definitely. But I decided to give it a try anyway. […]
One of Dartmouth’s many traditions is staying on campus for your sophomore summer. I decided to take the road less traveled, and be off campus over the summer. Instead of spending my summer days on the Green, I will be spending 10 weeks completely immersed […]
Dartmouth’s Winter break officially began at the end of November. The break—from thinking about anything school related or my upcoming trip to Barcelona—was very much needed! But about a month into my vacation, it was time to start thinking ahead and planning for my trip. […]
Zohra ’18 hiking Picos de Europa on her LSA+ in Santander, Spain.
“I loved being able to travel around Spain on my free time. I visited a neighboring town, San Sebastián, for just a day and €40 and it became my favorite place in Spain!” Cindy ’18
“I think cross cultural understanding is an overwhelmingly important part of a liberal arts education. It’s one thing to learn about culture in the safety of a classroom, it’s another thing to totally immerse yourself in it. Going to Morocco stretched my understanding of North […]