Often a complaint students have of the small liberal art school is that it exists in a bubble. Geographically isolated, in the “middle of nowhere” are phrases that come to mind when prospective students think of going from a big city like New York or Washington to the little hamlet of Davidson. But time in and time out this small town proves me wrong. Continue reading
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Welcome back everyone!
It has been a restful five weeks of Winter Break, and I have a lot to catch up on! At the end of last semester, I was consumed by finals, but yesterday was the start of Spring semester (already!). It feels great to be back on campus, especially as juniors who were abroad in the Fall are returning.
I have a lot to catch up on. So, in a nutshell… My trip to Colombia with my seminar was incredible. I’ve never done anything like it, nor did I know much about South America in general before the class. We had some priceless opportunities to meet with people who are making true changes inside Colombia, see the progress of security and governance reforms, and, best of all, tour some of the beautiful country!