Erica Salowe January 16, 2017

The air was crisp and thin as I joined my friends sixty-seven meters above ground at the top of the William Wallace monument—though after hiking a steep incline to get to the monument and then climbing more than 250 stairs, I may have just been out of… More

Finding my Niche

Rachel Proctor February 17, 2016

A home isn’t just a place that you live in. You can feel at home with people you meet, connect with and become close to. You can also have multiple homes, places, and people that are close to your heart and you share many memories with. I may have grown… More

A Visit to the Community

Ransom Patterson February 16, 2016

I spent the past weekend visiting a family in Trim, County Meath, Republic of Ireland. Located around 45 minutes from Dublin, Trim is most known for Trim Castle, first built in 1173 C.E. by Hugh de Lacy. At least, this is what Arcadia’s orientation packet… More

There’s No Place Like Home

Olivia Mill February 8, 2016

Just as Dorothy told herself at the end of “The Wizard of Oz”, there really isn’t any better place than home. But when you are thousands of miles away from home, someone else’s home can be pretty great too. The eight of us attending the University of… More

A Graceful Introduction to Scotland

Gaelen McCartney September 13, 2015

So one thing I didn’t tell you in my last post, is that when I made it through the airport in Edinburgh and onto the airport bus, I saw a student sitting in the back with an Arcadia Study Abroad folder. So being who I am, I sat right next to him and started… More

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