Archive for July, 2013

Looking Back by Will Schubert

| July 26, 2013 | 0 Comments
Looking Back by Will Schubert

Looking back on my trip in Argentina, I can say it was probably the best trip of my life. I met so many new people and learned so many new things. My Spanish improved drastically, and I also learned many new things about the culture and history of Argentina. What I have learned about myself […]

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Religion in Argentina by Will Schubert

| July 26, 2013 | 0 Comments
Religion in Argentina by Will Schubert

Religion in Argentina Religion plays an important role in the lives of the people of Argentina. There are many churches in Santa Fe and people are always inside of them. Juan and his family attend church every Sunday and they take it very seriously. Juan and his family pray before each meal and his mom won’t let […]

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The Argentine Experience by DJ Brown

| July 26, 2013 | 0 Comments
The Argentine Experience by DJ Brown

The Argentine Experience After spending over a month in Argentina I have so much to say that I could easily write a short book to describe all our experiences and travels in the foreign country. To start off this was the first major trip I had taken to a Spanish speaking country, so naturally I was nervous I […]

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The Unseen by DJ Brown

| July 26, 2013 | 0 Comments
The Unseen by DJ Brown

The Unseen In the small city of Sante Fé, Argentina, there is much more than the usual sights of downtown. All around the city there are smaller town and neighborhoods that hold special treasures that maybe one may not see while in Sante Fé. One of the best places to visit while in the city would be the northern […]

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Looking Back by John Sittu

| July 16, 2013 | 0 Comments
Looking Back by John Sittu

Looking Back By John Sittu ‘15 My month in Argentina was a fantastic one. There was never a dull moment, and there was always something new to observe or learn. My host family was amazing. They never let me have a want that was within their power to fix. They always took me to do […]

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A Look Back by Zac Basile

| July 15, 2013 | 0 Comments
A Look Back by Zac Basile

A Look Back Overall, this trip was everything I was expecting it to be and more.  I could not have asked for a better time in a foreign country.  I learned so much about a different culture, and that is one of my favorite things to do. I also learned a lot about myself on […]

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A Sunday Tradition by Jeremy Jesberger

| July 15, 2013 | 0 Comments
A Sunday Tradition by Jeremy Jesberger

A Sunday Tradition Every Sunday during my time in Argentina, Francisco and his family would go over to his grandparents’ house for a late lunch. The first Sunday we were in Santa Fe I thought that it was just his way of introducing me to the rest of his extended family. I soon discovered that […]

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Religion, Culture, Life- Fútbol by Charlie Musgrove

| July 15, 2013 | 0 Comments
Religion, Culture, Life- Fútbol by Charlie Musgrove

Religion, Culture, Life- Fútbol In my host home I have experienced that soccer is not just entertainment like American sports, but it is a major decision in one’s life to choose which club you support.  If your club loses, your life sucks, but if your club wins then its the best feeling in the world. […]

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Un Viaje en Buenos Aires by Jeremy Jesberger

| July 11, 2013 | 0 Comments
Un Viaje en Buenos Aires by Jeremy Jesberger

As the capital of Argentina, Buenos Aires could be described as the most exciting tourist destinations in the country. There are many sites to see and activities to do during your stay in Buenos Aires. Whether you want to have a lively night on the town or a relaxing night with that special someone Buenos […]

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Intercambio 2013 by Joe Hickey

| July 1, 2013 | 0 Comments
Intercambio 2013 by Joe Hickey

Prior to being a part of the Argentinian Exchange program, I had never had the opportunity to travel outside of the continent. I was extremely excited about the concept of fully immersing myself in the culture of a foreign country, but in all honesty I was not too excited about leaving my friends and family […]

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Immersion by Denis Healy

| July 1, 2013 | 0 Comments
Immersion by Denis Healy

by Denis Healy ’15 Immersion After spending an entire month in Argentina, I now realize the affect the whole experience of immersion and exchange had on me. While life in Argentina was only different by a small margin, the effect of the trip as a whole was much more than just a “small margin.” I […]

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