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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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A Wonderful Experience by JJ Good

| June 30, 2013 | 0 Comments
A Wonderful Experience by JJ Good

A Wonderful Experience My trip to Argentina was one of the most interesting and amazing experiences of my life. There were so many amazing things that I was able to witness and be a part of, and singling out one of them is an extremely difficult task. The moment that stands out to me is […]

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Reflection by Bradley Sheffield

| June 30, 2013 | 0 Comments
Reflection by Bradley Sheffield

Reflection Looking back at the short five weeks I was in Argentina, I can honestly say that is was the most interesting trip as well as one of the most exciting trips of my life. I will remember it forever, as well as use what I learned in Argentina in my everyday life.  What have […]

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Rio de Santa Fe by John Sittu

| June 30, 2013 | 0 Comments
Rio de Santa Fe by John Sittu

Rio de Santa Fe By John Sittu ‘15 On my last weekend in Argentina, Nico’s family took me up to the quinta (kind of cabin) by the river (rio). We numbered 10 with the addition of Nico’s friends and their families. We rented a small boat and took a 5-hour ride on the water. It […]

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The Beauty of Iguazu Falls by JJ Good

| June 28, 2013 | 0 Comments
The Beauty of Iguazu Falls by JJ Good

The Beauty of Iguazu Falls One of the most amazing places that I was able to visit on this trip was the wonder that is Iguazu Falls. This place is arguably the most beautiful, most amazing place I’ve ever had the privilege to visit. Iguazu Falls are the waterfalls on the Iguazu River which serves […]

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Come to Rosario! by Zac Basile

| June 28, 2013 | 0 Comments
Come to Rosario! by Zac Basile

Come to Rosario! Rosario is a beautiful city in the province of Santa Fe.  However, there is much more than beauty that comes with visiting this city.  Rosario is full of history that is very important to the history of Argentina!  First off, Rosario is the largest city in the province of Santa Fe, and […]

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Teatro Colon by Joe Hickey

| June 28, 2013 | 0 Comments
Teatro Colon by Joe Hickey

Teatro Colon After a lengthy morning walk following our first night spent in Buenos Aires, we arrived at a beautiful building which looked like a premier piece of architectural art. The building looked as if it was a monument. When we walked inside, the gold trim on the pillars reflected the multiple flashes of light […]

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Fútbol es Vida by Joe Hickey

| June 28, 2013 | 0 Comments
Fútbol es Vida by Joe Hickey

Futbol es Vida Amidst brainstorming a topic or a focus to write about regarding a sub topic of Humanties, I couldn’t help but write about the topic that most intrigued me during my time in Santa Fe, the sport of soccer. Here in Santa Fe, as well as the entire country of Argentina and most […]

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Welcome to Rosario! by Connor Earnest

| June 28, 2013 | 0 Comments
Welcome to Rosario! by Connor Earnest

Welcome to Rosario! Hello and bienvenidos (welcome) to Rosario, one of Argentina’s most beautiful and historic cities. I’m your tour guide, and I really don’t know that much about this city, so bear with me! Our city is beautiful, ranging from our large parks to our beautiful crystal clear waters, Rosario offers a beautiful setting […]

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Concordia by Cole Malkoff

| June 28, 2013 | 0 Comments
Concordia by Cole Malkoff

Concordia Concordia is a small agricultural town located on the Argentine and Uruguay border. However, I did not spend much time in the town itself. The majority of my time spent in Concordia was located in a small orphanage/school on the outskirts of the town. Here I actually lived on the campus and ate at […]

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Los saludos

| June 27, 2013 | 0 Comments
Los saludos

Charlie Musgrove ’15 Los saludos en Argentina es un beso en la mejilla derecha cuando primero conoces a alguien. Los argentinos son personas muy íntimas similares a los italianos. Ambos tienen similares culturas y saludos. Los italianos besan las mejillas cuando saludan a alguien. Es diferente de los Estados Unidos, donde se saluda a la […]

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El teatro Colón

| June 26, 2013 | 0 Comments
El teatro Colón

Joe Hickey ’14 Después de la primera noche en Buenos Aires, fuimos al teatro Colón. El teatro fue muy bonito, y yo era muy feliz por tener la oportunidad de visitarlo. Nuestro guía durante el viaje en el teatro dice que hay muchos problemas con la construcción. El primer constructor murió y el segundo constructor […]

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El tiempo libre

| June 26, 2013 | 0 Comments
El tiempo libre

Will Schubert ’15 El tiempo libre en Argentina es muy distinto que el de los Estados Unidos. Acá los fines de semana salen a los boliches mucho más tarde, desde las doce de la noche hasta las seis de la mañana. Pero antes se juntan en una casa y hacen la “previa”. También van al […]

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