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

Dancing Like A Greek

Petros Santamouris January 27, 2016

Athenians are used to following hypes and the next best thing as quickly as they become available, sometimes without even fully realizing it. Learning Greek traditional dances though has been such a steadily popular pastime for an increasing amount of… More

Thanksgiving wishes from Athens!

Joanna Simos November 28, 2015

A belated happy Thanksgiving to you from all of us at the Arcadia Center. Although the holiday may not be celebrated in Greece, students enjoyed a taste of home while the staff and faculty enjoyed the tradition as we gave thanks around the table of homemade… More

November sunshine

Jan Sanders November 6, 2015

Some students and staff headed out of Athens on a sunny Friday for the Temple of Poseidon at Sounio. Those of you keen on Greek mythology will know Sounio as the place where Aegeus, King of Athens and father of Theseus, threw himself into the sea. Theseus… More

Enjoying culture and cuisine

Joanna Simos October 29, 2015

The best way to experience Multicultural Athens is to walk around the city, past the historical center and into the hidden neighbourhoods- none of which are the same! We began our day at the National Museum for a look at the military archives and photographic… More

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