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Author Archives: International W&M
Orientation is officially over because classes start tomorrow! This also means I have reading to do, so I’m going to make a short list of observations and another short list of things I’m excited for. Observations: 1. Cobblestones are equally … Continue reading
Antarctica is a land of superlatives—the world’s coldest, windiest, highest, and driest landmass. It’s also home base for a wide range of oceanographic research by VIMS faculty, staff, and students. As surprising as it may seem, much of this work … Continue reading
Last Saturday, we went to Córdoba. For those of you that don’t know, Córdoba is located about an hour to the North-East of Sevilla, and like Sevilla, is heavily influenced by Hispanic-Muslim architecture and culture. The city is small, but … Continue reading
If you’ve stayed in Williamsburg during Spring Break and decided not to look at another book until classes resume, why not catch up on watching some movies set in international locales? What better way than settle into a good movie … Continue reading
Spring Break provides a much needed break from the semester’s stresses. This much needed week off also offers the possibility of travel! However, you might not be able to leave Williamsburg, but you can still get lost in a different … Continue reading
We will see you again starting the week of March 11th. Until then, have a safe and relaxing Spring Break. –Reves Center for International Studies
When I was accepted to study abroad in Austria, I thought, “I’m going to Austria! Well, that’s not all it takes, I’ve come to discover. After I was accepted, not only did I have to do lots of things for … Continue reading
The Genius from Taiwan by Damilola Ashaolu Peter Wang is a man of many talents. A 2nd year MBA, this genius from Taiwan recently granted a glimpse into his life. Enjoy! Q: What does Shih-Ji mean? And which do you prefer … Continue reading
(Part II, and the exciting conclusion to Hanna’s research in Pamplona, Spain.) The first trial I studied is a 1562 case in which Catalina Perez claimed Juan Alvarez committedmedio homicidio against her. Juan was not known in the town of Eulate … Continue reading