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Today, my group (consisting of Professor Lu Ann Homza and four other history or Hispanic studies majors) and I had our orientations at the two archives we will be using to conduct our research for the next two weeks. The … Continue reading
My mentor Simona, a 35-year-old native of Romania, tells me life was better under communism. “We had jobs, food, and stability,” she says emphatically over a cup of steaming hot tea. “As long as you kept your mouth shut, you … Continue reading
When we first arrived in Cádiz there were apparently endless things to do. For our little group of students, most of them seemed to involve beaches. La Caleta, the informal beach of old Cádiz, was by far the most popular. … Continue reading
I had just turned 16 when I came to the United States in 1999 as an exchange student. I was only supposed to stay for my junior year of high school but ended up enjoying it so much that, with … Continue reading
I grew up knowing that I did not want to limit my career opportunities, so therefore I should study in a field that would be general enough to provide me with some flexibility in my professional life. Also, as a … Continue reading
I was attracted by the size and liberal arts focus at William & Mary. I grew up down the road in Richmond and always thought I would go to a different Virginia school, but I chose W&M because I liked … Continue reading
I grew up in the English education system, where we are required to focus on a particular course of study from age 16. Very early on I knew that this is not what I wanted for myself, instead I was … Continue reading
My junior year abroad in Kiev, Ukraine, then the Soviet Union, was not my first experience in that part of the world. In high school I participated in an unforgettable trip to the Soviet Union with my junior Russian class, … Continue reading
I entered William & Mary wanting to major in International Relations and work in the humanitarian/NGO field, so study abroad was a natural part of that path. Studying abroad in my junior year changed my entire life. My senior year … Continue reading