Celebrating Women in Habana

Student Voices April 23, 2019

by Hannah Read, a Tufts University student on the University of Havana program, Spring 2019 On March 8th, it was impossible for me to walk a block in Habana without somebody greeting me with a “felicidades.” The first time a woman smiled and congratulated… More

Reflections on My Time in Havana

Angelica Salazar March 27, 2019

Caroline Kuritzkes is one of our University of Havana alumni from Yale University. Caroline studied in Havana in the summer of 2016 and since then has returned to Cuba to conduct post-grad research that I am currently helping with. She has written a blog… More

Unity Is What Creates Humanity

Student Voices February 27, 2019

by Kevin Moises Lockett, University of Havana, Spring 2019 Unity is a fundamental connection for humanity. Needless to say, a connection is never static and fluctuates according to its inherent will to do so. And as humans have proudly demonstrated for… More

A Resilient Island Nation

Student Voices February 8, 2019

By Monica Borzillo, an Arcadia University student on the University of Havana program After having landed in Havana, Cuba on January 26, the four of us students were thrilled to be in a bustling city completely new to us. That same day we arrived, we… More

Arcadia Webinar on Study Abroad in Cuba

Angelica Salazar November 28, 2018

On October 13th, I hosted a live webinar to share Arcadia’s approach to programming in Havana and our partnership with CEHSEU at University of Havana. In the webinar, I shared a bit about myself and how I support and help students engage with their surroundings… More

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