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  • Term of Study Abroad: 2009
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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...
    • A Little Observer

    • Exploring Culture and Education in Hong Kong and China
    • While walking through a small village in rural China, this little boy caught my eye. Most of the children were running and playing with us in the streets, but he decided to observe from afar.
    • 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...
    • 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...
    • An Antique Extravaganza Canonized

    • England Term
    • Towards the tail end of our first week in the UK, we visited the well-kept ruins of Linlithgow Palace, 15 miles west of Edinburgh, Scotland. Awestruck by its architectural grandeur as well as its lavish history, we filled up our cameras like good...
    • 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...
    • Bridge Over Empty River

    • International Partnership for Service Learning and Leadership (IPSL)
    • Santiniketan is a small town in West Bengal, India. It was here that Rabrindenath Tagore - polymath and native of Kolkata - began Visva-Bharati, a liberal arts university.  Though innovative in many areas, Visva-Bharati emphasized the relationship...
    • California Waves

    • Los Angeles Film Studies Center (LAFSC)
    • Exploring places outside of LA became a hobby of mine; I wanted to see everything that the Los Angeles area had to offer.  After driving up the PCH for a while, I came across El Matador beach.  It was a beautiful place to relax and just get away...
    • Don’t You Wanna?

    • Cultural Diversity in Health Care
    • After a long day of rafting down the [Victoria] Nile River, we came back to our hostel to have a wonderful meal prepared for us. We enjoyed great food and refreshing sodas after our hot day on the water.
    • First to Come, Last to Leave

    • History of Science in Europe
    • Black and blue scarves flaunted proudly, pouring rain in an open air stadium, and absolutely no correlation between the seat number on your ticket and the chair you stand on: this is professional Italian soccer. After talking to the locals about...
    • Good Shepherd

    • School for International Training (SIT)
    • A child sitting at a school desk in Good Shepherd Church. This church is located in one of the biggest slums in Uganda. The Church is seeking to provide sponsorship and education for children in the slum who cannot attend schooling as well as a...
    • 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...
    • In Touch With Nature

    • Travel Writing
    • Butterflies were swarming everywhere while we walked on the Brazil side of the Iguassu Falls. They were super friendly and were landing on everything, we finally got a few on our hands and snapped away with our cameras.
    • Irony

    • Globalization in India
    • In India there are very few trash bins so this is one of them. This photo I feel exposes the irony behind the environmental movement that has taken place so far in India. It is very simple, but it captures the essence of a material society. All...
    • Marionettes

    • History of Science in Europe
    • Hand crafted wooden marionettes adorn the streets of Florence over the Ponte Vecchio bridge. Reminding me so much of the story of Pinocchio I later found that Florence was indeed the birth place of Pinocchio’s author Carlo Collodi. The story of...
    • Mombasa Bubbles

    • Daystar University
    • Walking along the coast of the Indian Ocean in Mombasa, men come at you from every direction asking “Snorkel?” “Scuba?” “Ride my boat?” or “Want to buy a hand carved key chain?” Many will grab your attention by shouting “Mzungu!...
    • Monkey Business

    • Globalization in India
    • Traveling in a large coach bus with "Tourist" stamped on the front, we became the target of beggars, street entertainers, and these monkey handlers. When our bus stopped for traffic, they flew into action. The monkeys were snatched up and placed on...
    • Monkeys

    • Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands
    • The city of Coca lies on the edge of the Amazon rainforest. Here, animals from the rainforest are of often kept as pets. In this photo, Bethel student Hannah Wohler is experiencing first hand these monkeys desire for local fruit. The monkeys are...
    • Pigeon Play

    • History of Science in Europe
    • Many Italians draw their customs and cultural identity from Roman Catholicism. The Duomo serves as a central beacon to millions of Italians and tourists, Catholic and non-Catholic. Along with our class, thousands of people visited the Duomo on this...
    • Rainbow Gun

    • Europe Term International Business
    • This is a powerful gun that was once used against Allied forces on D-day. It rests peacefully now, shooting nothing but rainbows.

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