Globe Trotters: Having a Ball in Bariloche, Argentina

By Eleni Haberis, Class of 2019 During my time studying abroad, I have gotten the opportunity to split my semester and live in both Buenos Aires, Argentina and Santiago, Chile. I’ve been able to see different parts of Argentina, Uruguay, and Peru, but my favorite place that I traveled to was Bariloche, Argentina. Bariloche is Read More …

Globe Trotters: Cherishing a Semester in Costa Rica

By Megan Krakie, Class of 2020 My experience abroad in Costa Rica has undoubtedly been the greatest of my life! SOL is an incredible program that has helped me dramatically improve my Spanish and exposed me to new cultures and perspectives. I have made lasting friendships and learned lessons about myself that I will carry Read More …

Globe Trotters: Taking Advantage of Oxford’s Opportunities

By Marie Erickson ’20, Annaliese Neaman ’19, and Makenzie Winter ’19 Erickson – Formal Dinners  Formal dinners are the best reward after spending the day at tutorial and the library. Each college holds formal dinners in its hall on specified nights throughout the term. I usually meet up with friends from my hall before we Read More …

Globe Trotters: Experiencing the Joy of Pope Francis

By William Deatherage, Class of 2020 Greetings and salutations from the land of Europe! If you have ever considered studying abroad but worry about missing opportunities, let me be the first to assure you that there are plenty of amazing activities and events to engage in at the Catholic University of America Rome Campus. I Read More …

Globe Trotters 2/10/17

By Rachel Simoneau Politics, Class of 2018 Coventry, Rhode Island       On a day off from my internship in Parliament, I decided to further explore London. First, I went to Tower Bridge which is located across the River Thames and is where the Olympic rings were displayed during the 2012 Summer Games. The bridge is Read More …