Monthly Archives: December 2011

Happy Holidays

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Forum 2000 Conference: Prague

October 12, 2011 Tuesday I had the immense privilege of attending talks and discussion panels at the Forum 2000 Conference that is held every year in Prague. It is an occasion that invites dignitaries, scholars, diplomats, and activists from around … Continue reading

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Classes, Traveling, and a Whole Lot of Walking

13 September, 2011 So!  I have now had all of my classes at least once, and I think it should be an interesting semester.  I LOVE my Italian class–there are only five of us, and my professor is really cool … Continue reading

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2012 Siracusa Summer Program

Photo courtesy of Katherine Stevens William & Mary students looking to experience Italy, but who do not have any background in the Italian language, should consider the 2012 Siracusa summer study abroad program. This program consists of more than five … Continue reading

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2012 Cape Town Summer Program

Photo courtesy of Melanie Levine The 2012 Cape Town summer study abroad program offers W&M students a unique opportunity to receive academic credit for a service experience while engaging in South African culture. The mixture of hands-on learning outside of … Continue reading

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Seeking Challenges at W&M

Who would’ve thought that lives can change this much in Williamsburg, VA? When I decided to pursue an MBA at the College of William & Mary I was hoping for my life to change, and I knew that couldn’t happen … Continue reading

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