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Lucca Bike Tour – and Other Thoughts (Tara Lovdahl)

Pictures for this blog post: This past Friday my study abroad program hosted a free excursion to a city about 15 minutes away by bus called Lucca (population 85,000). We went on bike tour which made me feel like a little kid. The city … Continue reading

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The Parsely Massacre (Hannah Loppnow)

Yesterday after class our group headed off for a last-minute excursion to Dajabón which is an area that sits right on the border of the DR and Haiti. We crammed into the gua-gua (bus) and went on our merry way … Continue reading

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Auschwitz I & II (Danielle Costello)

I wanted to take the time to write my last blog about my last trip of the semester and why it was such a meaninful one. Me and Brianna Simkowski took a trip to Kraków Poland. While we were there … Continue reading

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