Students Talk Study Abroad During Trump Era

By BOCHU DING

October 4, 2017


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Following a tumultuous election cycle, Trump’s divisive victory astonished the nation, and its aftershocks were felt around the world. On Oct. 2, Student panelists Shane Healy ’18, Vignesh Ramachandran ’18, Dan Adamek ’18 and Eleanor Eagan ’18 shared the unique experience of studying abroad ...

Healing through Art in Uruguay: An Intern’s Experience

Healing through Art in Uruguay: An Intern’s Experience

By Lindsay Grigg

October 14, 2015


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On a hot summer Tuesday in Montevideo, Uruguay, I walked down the fluorescent–lit hallways of the Hospital Pereira Rossell, past people waiting in rows of metallic seats. The constant low hum of conversation hung in the air. One could hardly imagine the scene that was about to take place — some...

Fall Study Abroad Underenrolled

By Lucy Scott

March 4, 2015


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Last Thursday, students applying to study abroad in the 2016 Spring semester were asked to consider changing their program and go during the Fall 2015 semester through an email sent by Jeffrey Cason, Dean of International Programs and Knox Professor of International Studies and Politics.  In the email,...

Oxford Added to Schools Abroad

By Emily Singer

January 22, 2014


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The College is expanding its network of schools abroad with the newly re-named Middlebury College - CMRS Oxford Humanities Program, in which the College will take on operations conducted by Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies (CMRS) at Oxford. This is the College’s first C.V. Starr School...

On Getting Lost In Paris

By Vicky Marambio

September 25, 2013


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Paris is a great city to get lost in. I know, because I’m an experienced wanderer. The part of my brain that should be able to match reality with labeled squiggles on paper (a.k.a. maps) works only intermittently, and the “instinct” that tells me what metro exit to take is pretty much always wrong....

Abroad Programs Raise Concerns

By Kyle Finck

February 27, 2013


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Mackenzie Stewart ’13 returned from a semester abroad in Valparaiso, Chile disappointed and looking for answers. Student strikes, communication issues among staff and a lackluster program director led her to try to change the program for future students. “The girls who went to Chile and I took...

Students Abroad Face Assault Risk

By Jess Berry

January 16, 2013


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Research conducted by Associate Professor of Psychology Matthew Kimble found that female undergraduates who study abroad are significantly more likely to experience rape and other types of sexual assault than women who remain on campus. Specifically, Kimble’s study found that women abroad are over...

Competition Winners Describe Study Abroad Photography

Competition Winners Describe Study Abroad Photography

By Gregory Woolston

December 5, 2012


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After winning the study abroad photography contest, the Campus sat down with Matthew Dengler '13 to discuss his entry "Untitled," as well as Madeline Brooks '13 to discuss her entry "Bottles." Alexandra Siega '13 was unavailable for comment, but her entry "Magic Along the Canal" can also be viewed ...

College Suspends Mexico School Abroad

By Kelsey Collins

November 28, 2012


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On Nov. 6, the College announced its decision to suspend its school abroad in Xalapa, Mexico. The program, which was based at the Universidad Veracruzana in Xalapa, will not accept students from next semester onward, unless the decision to suspend the school is reversed. The suspension of the Mexico...

Study Abroad Photography Contest

Study Abroad Photography Contest

By Gregory Woolston

November 15, 2012


Filed under Featured, The Campus Current

Study abroad photography is currently on display in the Crossroads Cafe and on the Schools Abroad Facebook Page; voting is open on both Thursday and Friday from 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM at Crossroads, or you can simply "like" your preferences on Facebook. The pictures are categorized by person, place, and thing, a...

New School in India Established

By David Ullmann

October 31, 2012


Filed under Features

Last week, the College’s Board of Trustees approved the school’s first study abroad program to India.  Starting next year, the school will send eight students, current sophomores in strong academic standings, to New Delhi.  The school will be operated as a C.V. Starr Middlebury School Abroad. The...

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