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Study Away in Barcelona: Experience of a Lifetime

More than 90 students from the College of Information and Communications at the University of South Carolina have embarked on a transformative journey to Barcelona, Spain. Faculty members, Scott Farrand and Kelly Davis will lead the students in exploring international communications and creating multimedia projects that showcase Barcelona’s food, architecture and culture. During their four-week stay in Spain, the class will also take a five-day trip to Aix-en-Provence, France, to deepen their understanding of global communications through hands-on experiences.

Guided by CIC staff member Dora Stryffeler, the students will document their adventures and share insights on the history and culture of these two Mediterranean cities. Follow their journey here!

Barcelona brunch place covered in flowers.

Let your love for food bloom at Brunch It

Floral vibes and fragrant foods will lure you into a unique brunch spot in the heart of Barcelona. This is one spot where you can take your Instagram-worthy photos, and have food that needs no filter.

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A performer singing her own rendition of an Amy Winehouse song

Aix-en-Provence street musicians

A plethora of musical talent adorns the streets of Aix-en- Provence. These performers are the stars of the town, ranging from vocalists to full-blown, multi-instrument musicians.

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a close up shot of pairs of people learning dance steps in a tango class.

Rooftop rhythms in the Catalan capital

Discover the magic of Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter by learning the passionate art of tango on a rooftop, where history, culture, and breathtaking views come together in an unforgettable experience.

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Vanilla latte from Novela Cafe down the street from IAU

Baristas are artists too

This type of pattern in coffee is not only hard to achieve but also hard to look over. It immediately catches your eye and helps you appreciate their craft even more. It starts to be more meaningful than just your daily cup of joe.

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