American Studies Program: Finding a Restored Hope in Politics

            On the last day of Dr. Brink’s Justice class, I turned to Hannah Wardell and said, “I don’t think I believe in politics anymore.”              And I didn’t. Gordon’s Political Science department served me well. I loved studying the discipline more than ever, but … More American Studies Program: Finding a Restored Hope in Politics

My Experience in the Latin American Studies Program

            When talking with Laura Carmer about the potential of studying abroad, I told her that I had to have an immersive semester – full culture, language, experience. She told me to look no further than the Latin American Studies Program, and she could not have been more spot on.   … More My Experience in the Latin American Studies Program

Do’s and Don’ts of Studying in Seville, Spain

When you think of Spain, the first things that come to mind usually involve flamenco, bull fighting, a wide array of seafood, and a lovely afternoon siesta. Interestingly enough, not all of Spain shares this culture; in fact, very little of the country still participates in century old traditions relating to bull fighting or the … More Do’s and Don’ts of Studying in Seville, Spain