Barcelona, Spain: Beyond the Classroom
Fifty-six students will embark on the first inaugural CIC study abroad class that takes place in for four weeks.
With the mentoring of Senior Instructor Scott Farrand and Senior Academic Advisor Art Farlowe, they will immerse themselves in learning information literacies and technologies and then hit the streets of the city to create multimedia stories.
A Birthday in Barcelona
Today for a classmate’s birthday, she wanted to go to the Parque de la Ciutadela and rent a boat. The boat cost us 10 euros for all 5 of us to rent a small boat and paddle around a pond in the middle of the park for as long as we wanted.
Wildlife in Barcelona
One unexpected aspect of Spain was seeing the wild boars roam the city at night. Regular South Carolina wildlife, like squirrels and deer, are hard
Barcelona on a Budget
After spending two weeks in Barcelona, our pockets and our bank accounts have started to suffer. Luckily for us, there are plenty of places to
A Day in France
Over our long weekend in Aix-en-Provence, France, a small group of us could not resist the chance to take a beach day at a breathtaking
European snacks from an American POV
It’s not just the meals that are delicious and unique in Europe, but the packaged snacks as well.
Embrace your Inner Artist: An Immersive Frida Kahlo Experience
The Frida Kahlo Exhibit was an immersive experience where visitors were able to become a part of her work. What set this art exhibit apart
Footbaths, Fountains & France!
Aix en Province is known as the City of a Thousand Fountains. In the late 1800s, some canals allowed water to run in the basins of the fountains of the city. At first, these fountains were made for its practicality.
Visiting the City of 1,000 Fountains
After a metro ride and a five-hour train ride from Barcelona, we finally arrived in the small town of Aix-en-Provence on Wednesday night. Aix-en-Provence is known as the “city of 1,000 fountains” and is located in the southern part of France.
The Montserrat, A True Marvel
On Monday morning, Group 14 visited the historic Santa Maria de Montserrat monastery. Nestled high up on the Catalonian mountains, Montserrat offered not only breath-taking