Living with Greek Antiquity: The (virtual) Tour

Jan Sanders July 7, 2020

Some of our Athens Virtual Europe students are nearing the end of their time with us while elsewhere in Europe, students have begun session 2 classes. All of us working with the Virtual Europe summer programs in Athens, Rome, Barcelona, Granada, London… More

Graffiti: Art or Vandalism?

Maria Michou July 9, 2019

During her semester at Arcadia Greece, Sitashma Thama set out to explore the Athenian street art scene by interviewing locals in Pagrati--the Arcadia Center neighborhood--and Exarcheia, a vibrant downtown district where graffiti culture becomes a prominent… More

Giving back: Day of giving to Doctors of the World

Joanna Simos June 27, 2018

During each semester, students decide how we will support our local community in thanks of the hospitality, opportunities and generosity we are shown on a daily basis by fellow Athenians. From baking cakes for the local elderly home, organizing blood… More

The Athens Carnival has begun!

Joanna Simos February 7, 2018

Arguably the most vibrant time of the year, Carnival has finally arrived! This year, carnival ends on 'Clean Monday',  19th February. The city annually offers multiple, daily events ranging from the re-enactment of traditions to concerts and musical… More

Musings on My Semester in Athens

Student Voices November 25, 2017

Destini Price is a Project Editor at the Publications Office of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, located in Princeton, New Jersey. She was a student at the Arcadia Center during the spring 2010 semester. Upon completing her BA in Classics… More

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