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

Homelessness – Thoughts on Oxford and the Return Home

This is an excerpt of Grace Carhart’s blog post “Homelessness – Thoughts on Oxford and the Return Home” written about her year in Oxford, England. To read the full post, follow this link: https://atruercolor.wordpress.com/2016/06/29/homelessness-thoughts-on-oxford-and-the-return-home/. The bits of England that I have left are slowly dwindling. I have the last few swipes of an overpriced stick of … More Homelessness – Thoughts on Oxford and the Return Home

Travel and Technology

This is an expert from Margaret Wright’s blog. Although she studied abroad in Dublin, her lesson comes from her time in Spain. Technology is an amazing thing. It’s so powerful, and has the ability to connect in so many ways. But strangely enough, I’ve found it also has the power to disconnect. Let me explain. … More Travel and Technology