Ever heard of crubeens? You can find out what they are on Anna’s blog… she’s also got some Irish storytelling, and a checklist of her favorite hangouts in Cork!
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We are pleased to introduce you to this year’s official DUSA bloggers! They’ll be posting all about their experiences and (mis?)adventures during their study abroad programs this year. Without further ado, here they are!
Miranda Blank is a Marketing major traveling alone to Budapest, Hungary on the CIEE program. She looks forward to telling you all about her explorations and adventures going boldly where she has never gone before.
A double major in International Studies and Environmental Science, Heather will be studying both this fall with SIT Study Abroad in Mongolia. Originally from the flatlands of Kansas, Heather is obsessed with the Colorado mountains. She enjoys learning to rock climb and hiking fourteeners, even if she is afraid of heights.
Jessie is an English Major, and a Communications and Gender and Women’s Studies double minor who will be studying abroad at Queen’s University in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Originally from Wisconsin she is a Packers fan who loves her yellow lab Orla, Brett Easton Ellis books, and the Oxford Comma. In her free time she likes to watch Dr. Who, sing show tunes, and work out, usually not at the same time.
Check out Kaitlin’s stories and incredible photos on her blog at http://kaitlinbehan.wordpress.com/.
“If I had it my way, I would be like Peter Pan and never grow up, but all things must come to an end I suppose and we move on with life, whether willingly or unwillingly that part is up to us. For me this whole “Study Abroad experience” has become so much more than living in a foreign country for 4 months, I can honestly say that I have also “grown-up” in a sense as well. Living here has helped me gain a certain maturity I do not think I would have developed in the near future had I stayed in Denver.”
Read more at Hannah’s blog.