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    • Cave Home

    • Universidad de Granada
    • A friend and I were wandering through Albaycin, an old and famous gypsy neighborhood on the outskirts of Granada. We randomly encountered a 50-year-old Spaniard, who, after quick introductions, insisted on escorting us on a tour through his cave...
    • 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...
    • 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...
    • Downtown Singapore

    • Southeast Asia Drama Troupe
    • After traveling through Hong Kong, China and the Philippines (on seven planes and endless buses, ferries, and jeepnies) with 34 pieces of luggage over 25 day, our group was ready for some down time. I took this picture in downtown Singapore two...
    • Drikung Monastary

    • School for International Training (SIT)
    • Drikung Monastery is well known by Tibetans from all across Tibet. This holy location is where many take those who have passed on to receive a proper and respectful death rite. The ceremony begins the night before, with the monks encircling the...
    • Kylemore Abbey

    • England Term
    • During March of 2000, the England Term group was escorted about Ireland by our faithful leader, DR (Professor Dan Ritchie), and our "charismatic" Irish bus driver, Harry. Our home base for several days was Galway, a small city on the western coast...
    • 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...
    • Fatima Maria Fernanda

    • Guatemala Term
    • I cannot even begin to express the love and joy that the children demonstrated to me in Guatemala. Even through what would be classified as a poverty situation in the United States, these kids would always find time to laugh and enjoy life. They...
    • Break

    • Greece and Turkey Study Tour
    • I was walking through Rome late one morning, growing tired from the morning’s journeys, when I saw this man sitting alone along the sidewalk. He looked as if he needed a break—physically, mentally, and emotionally. I paused for a moment from...
    • 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...
    • Midnight in Paris

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    • It was Thanksgiving night after a wonderful dinner at the American church in Paris. I rushed to the Eiffel tower before it closed and decided to go all the way to the top that evening. Upon leaving, we walked through the park that surrounds the...
    • Illumination

    • Greece and Turkey Study Tour
    • Late one afternoon our group visited St. Peter in Chains Basilica in Rome. I had spent a lot of time looking at the beautiful sculptures and frescoes in the church. I set my backpack down and knelt beside it to rest my sore shoulders and find a...
    • 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...
    • Glowing

    • England Term
    • My mother and I had been walking around Paris all day when we entered this small chapel outside the grand Notre Dame. While marveling at the rich blue glass he San Chapelle is famous for, suddenly the sunset peeked through the nearby alleys and...
    • 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...
    • “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...
    • 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...
    • Amazonian Mushrooms

    • Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands
    • One thing I learned during our hikes through the Amazon rainforest is that everything in the rainforest fights to optimize its chances for survival. These delicate mushrooms may have been easily overlooked, but they exemplify this principle well. ...
    • 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...
    • 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...

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