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Celebrating Women in Habana

by Hannah Read, a Tufts University student on the University of Havana program, Spring 2019 On March 8th, it was impossible… More

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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

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

Maracuya Cafe

Student Voices May 24, 2018

By Khanya Brann, a Temple University Student on the University of Havana Program One of the highlights of our experience here so far has been the daily opportunity to explore the restaurant scene in Havana. Chef Lorenzo and the rest of the staff at Casa… More

Santiago de Cuba

Student Voices May 14, 2018

By Hallie Kircher-Henning, a Macalester College Student on the University of Havana Program Santiago de Cuba, the birthplace of the Revolution, is absolutely stunning. The Sierra Maestra Mountains surround the city and an ocean inlet hugs its southern… More

Seders in Cuba

Student Voices April 8, 2018

By Caleb Driker-Ohren, a Macalester College Student on the University of Havana Program Gefilte Fish, as defined by my laptop’s dictionary, is “a dish of baked fish cakes boiled in a fish or vegetable broth and usually served chilled.” As a hungry youngster… More

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