OHIO students will be spending this spring semester all over the world. Follow our blog to see what they are up to. Erin Golden Year: Sophomore Major: Journalism Twitter: @erinngolden Where she’s going: I’m studying in Toledo, Spain for the semester! I chose to study on this program because I am a Spanish minor, so studying in… Read More Spring Semester Foriegn Correspondents: Erin & Colette
I’ve been reading a few blogs lately, trying to decide how I should go about sharing all of my experiences with everyone, and I have to say that my favorite blog so far actually isn’t a blog, but a facebook page. My lovely roommate’s boyfriend is over in Asia right now, and he is doing… Read More blog ideas and pre-packing misadventures by Christy Illius
Yes, I’m going to Paris. It still hasn’t sunk in, and I leave in exactly a week. For a month. How in the world am I supposed to pack for a month? My little dog (Isabella) keeps following me around the house as I try to get my laundry together, as if she knows something… Read More I’m going to Paris?! by Christy Illius
While I find my classes interesting and love Avignon, (winding streets, Wizard of Oz like mistral (strong wind), and all) I was more than ready for the quarter’s four-day weekend. Some friends and I decided to take advantage of it by travelling to Lucca, Italy. It was most certainly an adventure.
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The last two weekends I have been spent traveling through Europe, visiting the cities I have always wanted to see: Paris and Rome! I started off my adventures in Rome, Italy. We spent much of the first day seeing the popular sites, including the Coliseum, the Roman Forum, and Vatican City. From there, we were lucky… Read More Paris and Rome and I Don’t Want To Go Home! by Rachel Csaszar
After my week long break from school in Japan, things have really kicked into high gear. I’ve been 100 kinds of busy in the past couple of weeks with exams, quizzes, homework, and travel, but I wouldn’t have it any other way.… Read More Adventures of a Lifetime by Ben Holschuh
Much to my amazement, I have been in France for over a month. Culture shock has, at last, subsided, meaning that I can finally hold meaningful conversations in French and I can now find the university without getting lost. Although I must confess, I do miss ice cubes. … Read More Finding a Niche by Elizabeth Tippett