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American Politics in Spain

American Politics in Spain

Kelsey Aylor October 4, 2016
It’s a sad day when Spaniards, whose own government has been locked down due to party polarity, simply laugh when you say you’re from America.
A dispatch from Istanbul: Compassion knows no borders

A dispatch from Istanbul: Compassion knows no borders

Contributing Writer April 26, 2016

By Maggie Stewart, Contributing Writer The scenes of the suicide bombing were both gruesome and captivating. The shaky phone videos of smoke, broken glass and bodies were the images that were projected...

A sign posted on a building outside of Copenhagen’s city center shows the feelings that some minorities have toward ethnic Danes.

Up close to foreign policy

Katherine Waters March 8, 2016

  By: Katherine Waters, Staff Writer The 2016 presidential campaign is starting to reach its boiling point (at least as hot as it will be during the primaries), and one of the primary talking points...

Dean Amy Lancaster leads discussion at welcome back dinner for study abroad students.

Back in black and gold

Contributing Writer February 23, 2016

By: Brie White, Staff Writer The International Programs Office hosted an event on Tuesday, Feb.  2 that welcomed back participants from the fall semester study abroad. This dinner, in the Carlisle Wallace...

Travel and goodbyes- stress inducing, gratitude producing

Travel and goodbyes- stress inducing, gratitude producing

Contributing Writer December 8, 2015

By: Brie White, Staff Writer My last article was reacting to the mere thought of this journey ending, and now, sitting in the airport preparing for one last trip before my flight home, things seem to...

Brie White (center) and Caroline Moseley (far right) pose with friends made while studying abroad at the Melbourne Cup Horse Races.


Brie White November 17, 2015

By: Brie White, Staff Writer A truly bizarre part about being abroad is the time frame. My semester here in Melbourne started in July and was approaching the halfway mark when Wofford kicked off classes....

Wofford College junior, Brie White, repels peak at Falls Gap, Victoria in Grampians National Park in Australia.

Ain’t no mountain high enough

Brie White November 3, 2015

By: Brie White, Staff Writer My study abroad program, Arcadia University, arranges a group trip during our time here in Australia that all members can participate in. This trip is designed to allow us...

Phifer Nicholson, the 2015-2016 presidential scholar, takes a selfie with friends over a meal.

A man with an international plan

Jonathan Franklin October 20, 2015

By: Jonathan Franklin, Senior Writer Like many Wofford students, studying abroad – whether it’s for a semester, interim or summer – falls somewhere on their bucket list before walking across...

Port Campbell National Park pictured along the Great Ocean Road in Southern Australia.

Studying abroad has changed me for the better

Brie White October 20, 2015

By: Brie White, Staff Writer Arcadia University is the liaison between Wofford and the University of Melbourne, where I’m currently studying. While Arcadia has a traditional college campus just outside of...

Walkup hopes to visit Manly Wharf to see his completed project if the time and money work out.

Wofford Student creates project to save penguins

Katie Sanders October 6, 2015

By: Katie Sanders, Staff Writer Senior Paul Walkup begins his final year at Wofford with news from down under. The Manly Wharf society approved his recycling project that will help the endangered little...

Brie White (left) and Caroline Moseley (right), both juniors at Wofford College, are currently studying at the University of Melbourne, ranked number one in Australia and 40th in the world.

Melboune, Australia has a lot to offer

Brie White September 22, 2015

By: Brie White, Staff Writer On any given day, I sit on the trams of Melbourne, Australia’s crowded city streets next to strangers, some of whom read F. Scott Fitzgerald collections, some whom have Mohawks...

Students returning to campus after being abroad last spring gather at Dean Bigger’s house for a welcome back dinner.

Ask me where I’ve been

Katie Sanders September 22, 2015

By: Katie Sanders, Staff Writer The beginning of a new semester at Wofford means saying goodbye to our friends who are studying abroad this semester but welcoming back those we missed last semester....

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