Last week, students taking ISCS310 Sports, Culture and Society course made presentations about their Research Projects. These projects are based on students´ experiential learning, within a theoretical framework reflecting the reality of sports and culture… More
The Fira de Santa Llúcia is a Christmas market that is set up every year around Barcelona Cathedral. Although it’s not the only fair or Christmas market in the city, it’s certainly the oldest, so it’s a tradition for locals and tourists spending Christmas… More
As part of the SOCG210 Gastronomy and Culture in Spain course, students prepared some typical tapas helped by the well-known chef Adrià Llenas. While enjoying, preparing and eating them, they also learned the origins of each ingredient, the region where… More
For those who never hear about the Catalan tradition of Caga Tió it can sound a bit weird and at the same time funny, but it is real and it has an ancient history.
But, what is Caga Tió?
The literally meaning of it is the Pooping Uncle and it is originally… More
Our semester in Barcelona is coming to an end, and that means the beggining of our PHOTO CONTEST!!!!
We invite every student to enter to our Arcadia contest by submitting a picture. This particular picture, must be a photograph of Barcelona that reflect… More