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My name is Nia Mitchell, and I am a biology major with a Pre-Medical concentration. Thanks for visiting my blog post! This summer, I am attending a program called ECELA Spanish and Medicine. I’ll be spending 9 weeks in Chile (3 weeks in Viña del Mar and then 6 weeks in Santiago). I arrived… more »
Wow, it feels so good to be back home. I finally finished my nine-week escapade in Europe. The last four days I was in the UK I spent my time in Glasgow and Edinburgh, Scotland. I was surprised to find out that Scotland is now my favorite country! It left me speechless on multiple occasions… more »
As stated in my previous post, travelling here is incredibly easy and much cheaper than if you were to leave from America. Over the weekend, I was able to take a trip to both Sweden and Copenhagen to visit another friend from Georgia State. She and her family live in the country in a summer… more »
On Saturday as we made our way through the airport, Dr. Hawthorne and I bantered about what my last post would look like. He made a long-winded joke about the various cliches I could open this post with, one of which included an anecdote about my tears flowing across the keyboard.
Want to know more about what it’s like to study abroad as a Georgia State University Honors College student? Take a peak into the global experience of our very own Ashton Brasher, a Presidential Scholar. Ashton spent Maymester 2013 in the United Kingdom and blogged about her study abroad experience from start to finish in… more »
I swear I could write poetry about Southwater Caye. Never in my life have I been so overwhelmed by beauty. I have been fortunate enough to see some stunning parts of this globe, but our current locale takes the cake. I didn’t know water could be so clear and blue. Laying in… more »
Good evening from Caye Caulker. It is Sunday evening and I am sitting in a gazebo right on the beach, listening to the waves and trying to fight off some of the more intense feelings of exhaustion I have ever experienced. (I am also wishing I had a glass of fresh watermelon juice—a popular drink… more »
Hello from Orange Walk, Belize! I landed safely and have enjoyed a beautiful first day in this wonderful country. The last couple of days have been an absolute whirlwind and in some ways I feel like I’m on another planet.
Things are a lot simpler here. There’s something refreshing about not seeing a Starbucks and… more »
Welcome Readers! Thank you for visiting my blog! I will take you along my adventure this summer by telling you my favorite moments on my study abroad trip in Europe and will write about my internship, as well as my new life in Washington, D.C. This summer has been indeed a rewarding experience that has… more »