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  • Term of Study Abroad: Spring
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    • Fryito

    • Spring Break Missons Trip
    • This picture was taken at an orphanage in Chihuahua, Mexico, during a spring break missions trip last year. I was fortunate enough to get the opportunity to go there and play with the children, and also do some work. This child's name is Juyo, but...
    • Small Russian Orthodox Church

    • Russian Studies Program (RSP)
    • Russians gather outside a small Orthodox church just outside the ancient Russian village of Vladimir. This church is one of the oldest in the country. It is located in the middle of a field, far from town. In the spring, the field is flooded and...
    • Rooftops

    • Middle East Studies Program (MESP)
    • My Egyptian Arabic instructor Mediha often spoke of the dust storms that occasionally strike Cairo with little warning in the winter and spring months. Her descriptions of these natural phenomena (dictated in a thick Middle-Eastern accent) always...
    • 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...
    • Playing in Sawdust

    • Spring Break Missons Trip
    • This picture was taken the last afternoon I spent in Mexico. We were cleaning up the mess we'd made from constructing bunk beds for the kids who live in the orphanage. The other children were playing with the leftover wood blocks we'd set aside for...
    • 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...
    • 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...
    • Five Old Gentlemen Peaks

    • China Studies Program (CSP)
    • Five Old Gentlemen Peaks. One day, my friends and I decided to take an adventure up the mountain behind our school campus. It was quite a tiresome climb up the steep mountain. I was determined to keep going because I wanted to see the view so...
    • Soaking in the View

    • England Term
    • This picture was taken from the top of Glastonbury Tor, a huge ancient hill near Glastonbury, England. We were all winded from the hike to the top, so most of us just sat down and soaked in the view. The picture is representative of England Term...
    • 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...
    • Jerusalem's Old City Streets

    • Jerusalem University College
    • The quiet and still feeling I had during this first walk through Jerusalem's Old City streets was quite and innocent. Once experiencing the same street five hours later, I can't help but see this same quiet scene and feel most of all its chaotic...
    • The Everlasting Light

    • LCC International University (LCC)
    • This picture was taken at a medieval feast in Tallinn, Estonia. Only candles that were constantly burning lighted the whole building. The light that came from these flames reminded me that the light of Christ overcomes the darkness of the world. ...
    • Day Breaking on an Honored Tradition

    • Guatemala Term
    • After a 3 a.m. wake up call and a morning full of experiencing the honored Easter traditions in Antigua, I noticed this man walking towards us just as the sun was starting to rise. We had seen many Guatemalan men dressed like him throughout the...
    • Basket of Chickens

    • Guatemala Term
    • During Guatemala term, we took a few weekend excursions. This one happened to be to Lake Atitlan -a huge lake surrounded by volcanoes and little pueblos. We spent one day on the boat visiting a few of the different pueblos. On our way down this...
    • ZigZag's Treasure

    • American Institute for Foreign Study (AIFS)
    • Sitting at our backpackers resort, the local artist named ZigZag asked us if we wanted to see real African wildlife. Of course we replied ""yes"" and we walked with him over a mile only to stop at what seemed a random spot in the road. While we...
    • 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...
    • Little Treasures

    • Creation Care Study Program (CCSP)
    • We spent a week at Glover’s Atoll for our marine ecology class. More than once I’d stop in my tracks, look down at the hermit crabs scampering over the white sand, look up at the abundance of coconuts dangling from the palm trees, look around...
    • The Road Less Traveled

    • Scholars Semester in Oxford (SSO)
    • Our house in Oxford was a good thirty-minute walk from the city centre. Although many people walked and biked along the main roads, several of us decided to make a habit of traveling through the parks to reach our destinations. In a city of...
    • Little Yellow Car

    • American Institute for Foreign Study (AIFS)
    • While wandering the streets of Rome I stumbled upon this little yellow car parked in an alleyway. I thought the car was a good representation of typical Italian transportation.

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