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    • Collision

    • South Africa Term
    • This photo was taken on the ferryboat to Robben Island in Cape Town. It captures a collision of cultures and of generations; everyone in South Africa was impacted by Apartheid on some level and to see the different people that go to Robben Island...
    • No Room for You and Me

    • New York Center for Art & Media Studies (NYCAMS)
    • It was a crisp day as I walked through Brooklyn Heights. Little rays of sun peeked through the winter sky. I walked past the bustle of people, hurrying along their way, and kept to myself. I came upon this man sitting ever so still, alone. It was...
    • Siesta

    • Europe Term International Business
    • The Italian culture is very laid back, which is why I believe this picture is such a great representation. This man was resting on a brick wall in Fiesole, a small town in the hills of Florence. After I took this picture, I noticed other people...
    • Bartering For Meat

    • The History of Science in Europe
    • On the streets of Florence is the Open Air Market. This is the place to buy local meats, bread, fruit, vegetables, spices and so much more. This served as a great place not only to buy lunch, but to practice our bartering as well. This picture...
    • Sunset Shopping

    • Europe Term International Business
    • Walking back from the Spanish Steps to our hostel, we were blinded by the sun setting on the busy shopping street. No faces were easily distinguishable with the interesting lighting conditions- just silhouettes and shadows of random people-...
    • A Way of Living

    • Painting Dominican Landscape
    • This photo was taken in a fishing town called Boca de Yuma. Everyday all the men take these boats out and try to catch fish to provide for their families. Even the little boys will be out fishing on the rocks located next to the boats. I found this...
    • Interwined

    • Uganda Term
    • On our way back from Mbale, Uganda our van overheated and we had to stop on the side of the road. Children came running from all around to see the Mzungus (white people) in the van. Among the many children, two kids came running, dragging their...
    • The Buster in Gold

    • Australia Term
    • My friends and I would frequent the Circular Quay, the major downtown docking harbor, to catch ferries across the water. The strip along the harbor was never still, always full of locals, tourists, and street performers. This gold man was one of...
    • Restoring Vision, Saving Lives

    • Cross-Cultural Mission Practicum
    • A remote northern Sierra Leone village welcomed our medical eye care team, and dozens were given back their sight through cataract surgery. Every morning, patients would line up like this, awaiting removal of their eye patch. In a very real...
    • Sustenance on Easter

    • Uganda Studies Program (USP)
    • Early Easter morning I joined my host family to celebrate the resurrection of our Savior in communion with their church congregation, followed them to a traditional ceremony mourning the death of a community member, and returned late in the...
    • The Book Keeper

    • Middle East Studies Program (MESP)
    • A mysterious shopkeeper mans his post in this hole-in-the wall Turkish bookstore. The hand motion captured at the last second and the self-portrait in the background adds to his rich character.
    • I Am Because You Are

    • South Africa Term
    • The spirit and heart of South Africa is so intricately woven into the term 'Ubuntu'- meaning 'I am because you are.' Understanding the interconnectedness of humans and how much our identity is bound up in one another was one of the most incredible...
    • Ni'a Cubana

    • Latin American Studies Program (LASP)
    • This little girl caught my eye the minute I walked through the door of the daycare center we visited in La Habana. She was the tiniest little doll with the sweetest big brown eyes and when we were given time to play with the kids, I did everything...
    • Dhanusha

    • Independent Missions Trip
    • Dhanusha took time out from playing with the other children to examine a bicycle, but she was too small to ride it. After taking the photograph I helped her up onto the seat.
    • A Wednesday in San Lorenzo Market

    • Academic Programs International (API)
    • The San Lorenzo Market is in Florence Italy. Walking through the market is a daily cultural experience as the Italian merchants call for you to buy their t-shirts, silk scarves and leather goods.  It is impossible to resist the urge to stop and...
    • In Awe

    • South Africa Term
    • Our Bethel group went on an outing with twenty township children to the "World of Birds". This was the first time some of the children had seen non-native South African animals. They loved the peacocks, turkeys and even the squirrels. Seeing these...
    • “Tosh-Tosh”

    • Middle East Studies Program (MESP)
    • On a weekend trip to Siwa we had the opportunity to be driven in jeeps through the expansive rolling desert dunes. This man, “Tosh-Tosh” (meaning “Crazy” in Arabic) was our driver. He led our small group in a chorus of songs, “Ana...
    • Baba’s Meze

    • Global Learning Semesters (GLS)
    • In Cyprus, one of the most enjoyable evenings is one spent indulging in Greek meze and dance at a traditional Cypriot restaurant. To find an evening reservation for our last meze before returning home, we walked the restaurant-packed streets on the...
    • Fitting In

    • Issues and Praxis in Christian Social Justice
    • At any given moment traveling in Phnom Penh, one was bound to see many motos (likened to a small motorcycle), which was the most common form of transportation. It was also common to see a whole family squished onto the single seat of the moto....
    • Forward

    • The School for Field Studies
    • This picture was taken during an academic exercise in which we were supposed to identify animal dung throughout a grassland area, called Manyara Ranch, to determine which animals used the land, otherwise fondly known as ""Dung Day"". We had local...

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