Hiking in Greece

Joanna Simos June 15, 2018

Carley Carpenter hiked her way through the Mediterranean terrain during the Spring semester and kindly shares some of her thoughts here. Carley was awarded the Co-curricular Certificate for her interesting account of her hiking experiences. Having the… More

A walk to remember

Joanna Simos June 15, 2018

During her semester at Arcadia in Greece, Ashleigh Burton walked her way around the country discovering much about the landscape and how it shapes Greek life. Here, Ashleigh shares some of her thoughts after being awarded the Co-curricular Learning Certificate… More

Independent Student Research: Is it for You?

Jan Sanders March 20, 2018

Are you hoping your semester abroad will enhance your life skills? Help set you on a path for that great job in that perfect place? An Independent Student Research Project will help make sure those happen while you explore concrete aspects of your degree… More

The Pnyx: An Introduction to Rhetoric

Jan Sanders March 6, 2018

Who says Ancient Greek and Latin are dead languages? The ancient language classes joined together for an afternoon visit to the Πνύκα, or Pnyx, a low hill opposite the Akropolis where the Assembly of Athenians met to deliberate public policy. After… More

Welcome Spring 2018 Students!

Jan Sanders February 15, 2018

Airport arrivals, settling into new apartments, making new friends, finding your way to and from the Athens Center, exploring our local square, Plateia Varnava, ordering your first gyro and taking part in what seem like hundreds of possible activities… More

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