The Gran Manzana Hotel

Angelica Salazar November 6, 2017

By Ethan Whitman, Psychology Major at Tufts University In Old Havana there is a new hotel catered towards luxury travel called the Gran Manzana Hotel. It is located next to Central Park and the Capitol building in Havana’s historic and most touristic… More

A US - American’s Experience Living in Cuba

Angelica Salazar November 3, 2017

By Taylor Stack, Business Major at Temple University  For the past several years, I’ve been really fascinated by Cuba—partly because of my general interest in Latin American history and culture, but also because it seems as though everyone I speak with… More

An Update on Activity in Cuba

Angelica Salazar October 5, 2017

The U.S. Department of State has issued a travel warning for Cuba in conjunction with an order of departure for non-essential U.S. Embassy employees and families in light of recent mysterious sonic attacks involving U.S. diplomats in Cuba. There have… More

A Letter from Havana

Dr. Jaume Gelabert September 20, 2017

Our students will have plenty of unique stories to tell at the end of their semester in Cuba. Not long after their arrival, Hurricane Irma hit the island after carving a path of destruction through the rest of the Carribean. After much discussion with… More

Cuba - a community working together

Angelica Salazar September 15, 2017

Cuba is one of the many countries and regions attempting to re-build after being hit by a storm of apocalyptic proportions. We are grateful for the tremendous effort, positivity, and generosity of spirit being shown by our team on the ground, our partner… More

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