Learning the Language: Spanish in Argentina- Carly T.

After spending a summer in Costa Rica, Carly decided she wanted to study abroad for a semester in another Latin American country where she could take classes for her language studies major and experience a different type of culture. Carly ended up going a non-traditional route by choosing the University of Belgrano in Buenos Aires,... Continue Reading →


Tragedies in Turkey and Belgium; Obama’s Historic Cuba Trip

This week, the Study Abroad Office is juggling several events and several International Terrorist scares. Our schedules have been increasingly hectic, so here are the Top Four stories that you need to know this week: Brussels Attack What You Need to Know: On Tuesday Morning, three bombs rocked the capital of Belgium. The first of... Continue Reading →

Know Before You Go: Shift in Argentina, COP21, and Don’t Ruin Star Wars

Here are the Top Five News Stories that caught our eyes this week: Macri Takes Office as Argentinian President Refuses to Attend Ceremony What You Need to Know: Former President of Argentina Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner flat out refused to attend the ceremony where President-Elect Mauricio Macri would officially come to power. The reason? Macri... Continue Reading →

Know Before You Go: Brussels, Argentina, and Myanmar

Brussels Lockdown What You Need to Know: In light of the attacks in Paris last week, Europe has been under intense scrutiny from local and worldwide safety forces. On Saturday, Brussels, Belgium was the latest country to place extra security measures in the capital city. Placing the city on lockdown, Belgian forces arrested 21 people... Continue Reading →

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