I’m now in the last two weeks of my semester in Rome, and what a feeling it is. To say I’ve lived in Rome for 100 days is definitely an accomplishment worthy of putting on my gravestone. It’s in these last days here I am beginning to reflect on how crazy… More
By now I’m sure it’s hard to discuss the political atmosphere in America, but it’s even harder to discuss this topic abroad. Why is that? Well, for the most part, discussion has been dropped. The hype and excitement has left, and the world around me seems… More
Let’s talk about the realities of, not only interning, but interning in a foreign country.
Coming to terms with my internship was a challenge I faced even before landing in Italy. I am an International Studies and History major, so my expectations were… More
It all began in 2003 when I learned what dreams are made of from the classic masterpiece, The Lizzie McGuire Movie. Now, with my twenty years of wisdom, I have come to terms with the fact that I do not have an international pop star look-a-like, and I… More
By Jonny S., Museum Studies Internship Program, Scotland
After finishing my first week interning at Hopetoun House, a giant estate house outside of Edinburgh, I decided to go on a trip during the weekend.
I would leave on the 16th of July, a Saturday… More