Archive for the ‘Mexico’ Category

June 26th, 2012

Delving into the Yucatan

Josh Thomsen was a member of a faculty-led travel course to study Mayan art and architecture in Mexico. Led by Dr. Laura Amrhein, the upper-level Art History class explored many places in the Yucatan peninsula, giving students and faculty a first-hand glimpse into Mayan history. Josh had already studied abroad twice and this was his […]

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February 14th, 2011

UAG-Blog Post-David Steward-Spring 2011

                                   
 
Although I have only been in Mexico for one month, I have already had an amazing time. It has been one of the best experiences of my life and definitely one of the most unique. I have made a lot of good friends, visited numerous interesting places, vastly improved my Spanish abilities, and […]

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May 18th, 2010

My Mexican Family

By: Kirby Atkins
Mexico 2009

My study abroad experience was better than I expected, my usage skills of the language has skyrocketed, and best of all I made some new friends, and it wasn’t painful in anyway.

I went on plenty of trips and adventures and have some awesome stories from my summer in Mexico, but I want to talk about the most important thing I experienced while I…

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