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    • “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...
    • Leap of Faith

    • England Term
    • I took this photograph of three friends silhouetted against the English Channel and Dover beach while we were visiting Dover Castle and the accompanying Roman-Saxon ruins. The sign said no jumping, but we decided to pretend as if we were leaping...
    • The Camel Caravan

    • Upper Midwest Association for Intercultural Education (UMAIE)
    • My UMAIE group had decided early in our trip that we wanted to take a camel safari while in Egypt.  We learned that the best place to do so would be not near Cairo, but in Luxor, a smaller city further south, where we would pass through rural...
    • A Silhouette

    • International Studies Abroad (ISA)
    • This picture represents one of the greatest experiences I believe I'll ever have. Three days and two nights we spent away from a crowded and foreign environment to be surrounded only by the calm quiet of the Sahara. We took a long camel ride over...
    • Gyros!

    • Greece and Turkey Study Tour
    • After spending the morning at the Acropolis in Athens, we had the rest of the day to explore and eat on our own.  Fellow IFOTA trekker Eric Boal and I were in search for the perfect gyro hotspot, as that quickly became our meal of choice in...
    • 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...
    • Faith

    • Cultural Diversity in Health Care
    • During our time in Uganda, we had the unique opportunity to stay in a traditional village with a family. Faith was the only family member who spoke no English, yet I had the strongest connection with her. Even though there was a language barrier...
    • Jambo

    • Kenya Interim Program
    • Description of the photograph: While walking the streets of the Kibera slum, children would repeatedly shout in the sweetest voices, "How are you?" We were a bit puzzled when nearly every child we met continued to inquire about our well being, but...
    • Great Wall Entrance

    • Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU)
    • During spring/Easter break while studying in Hong Kong, a group of us decided to go to Beijing for a week. As anyone can probably guess, tourism is huge in Beijing. Our guidebook mentioned a small town were the Great Wall was completely original...
    • Eiffel Tower

    • England Term
    • I was standing near the base of the Eiffel Tower, having traveled to France for spring break. I just remembered the feeling that "you're not sure you're in France until you see the Eiffel Tower." As we rode the elevator up, it just kept going...
    • Eclectic Colored Beach Houses

    • Independent Missions Trip
    • A beautiful display of eclectic color in the setting sun, these iconic beach houses on Fish Hoek Beach along the Cape Town area coast are to be avoided once the sun sets. Although friendly in the daylight, the changing rooms become a refuge for the...
    • Up Close & Personal

    • Belize: Integrative Medicine in a Cross-Cultural Setting
    • We had the opportunity to interact with all different types of nature during our time in Belize, allowing us an up close and personal view of creatures like this.
    • Kids will be Kids

    • Cultural Diversity in Health Care
    • When language became a barrier to communication we always could play with the kids. No matter what your culture is we learned that "kids will be kids" no matter where you are or what language you speak..
    • Blowfish

    • EduVenture
    • This blowfish is a common sight for those daring enough to dive into the rarely ventured waters of the Sumbanese coast. These are two of my teammates, Tim Anderson and John Barr, displaying their catch after a late night spear fishing run. It...
    • Homeless

    • Independent Missions Trip
    • These men are some of the many homeless that congregate around an area served by CCFM Christian Radio called Muisenberg, outside of Cape Town. Stricken with alcoholism and poverty, they sit in this same place, outside of a bar, everyday. Like so...
    • Quintessential England

    • England Term
    • Sheep are a ubiquitous characteristic of the United Kingdom’s countryside and have been for centuries. I find their helplessness and simplicity endearing and, though today, their importance in British economy and culture is lessened, I could not...
    • Misty Mountains

    • American Institute For Foreign Study (AIFS)
    • I had the opportunity over the mid-semester break to travel to New Zealand. New Zealand was the location for the Lord of the Rings movies, and after visiting, it is easy to understand why. The scenery was absolutely breathtaking and magnificent;...
    • Rice Paddies of Bali

    • EduVenture
    • Knee deep in the bacteria-laden rice paddies of Bali, Indonesia, this hardworking woman is still surrounded by the breathtaking beauty of the island's landscape. Our team spent the first two weeks of our semester working with a native community...
    • Ancient Pillars

    • Middle East Studies Program (MESP)
    • This picture helps to capture the greatness of Ancient Egypt. My friend Whitney is sitting on just one of over 100 pillars covered with intricate hieroglyphic designs in Luxor's Karnak Temple. As I first walked into this portion of the temple, my...
    • Tree at Normandy

    • England Term
    • We had been looking at War sites for three days leading up to this day. Everything we experienced made we feel angry, sad, bitter, confused, twisted. We got to the cemetery and I saw this tree, its shape contrasting with the rigidity of the...

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