Carly O’NeillStaff Writer Attending the study abroad fair on Sept. 12 in the SMC atrium, I had the opportunity to interview a past study abroad student, Esther Verkouw, who currently works at the Office of . . .
Peyton Powell Staff Writer Studying abroad is one thing that is on many student’s buckets lists to do before they graduate college. However, some students feel that because of their major, such as those in . . .
Kelsey Bundra Editor-in-Chief Maria and Geronimo were the typical Spanish couple, impassioned by their emotions but resolving and fading into a slump on the couch in front of the TV every night. These were my . . .
Nikki Schaffer Features Editor “It’s a dangerous business, Frodo, going out your door. You step onto the road, and if you don’t keep your feet, there’s no knowing where you might be swept off to.” . . .
Nikki Schaffer Features Editor As the most sparsely populated country in Europe, a significant portion of Iceland’s land remains a wild and uninhabited ethereal landscape. South of the Arctic Circle, this Nordic island’s location on . . .
Traveling is in everyone’s agenda before they kick the bucket. You can either wait until after college with a massive amount of debt or you can travel while in college. The Study Abroad program is the ideal way to travel abroad on campus. Not only are you studying at an excellent university or exploring your favorite country, you also have the opportunity to learn about yourself. Ellen Grim, an Elementary Education major and Spanish minor senior, knows this experience well. . . .