Bama in Novi Sad
May28

Bama in Novi Sad

Anytime you talk to someone who is familiar with Serbia, they’ll most likely ask you if you’re going to Novi Sad. The city is known as the most beautiful city in the country so this year our program was determined to see what all of the hype was about. After traveling on the bus for almost two hours we reached our destination for the day. While in Novi Sad, we had the amazing opportunity to visit Omladinska prestonica...

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Adjusting to Classes Away from UA
May28

Adjusting to Classes Away from UA

When I chose to study abroad, I knew I wanted a semester filled with completely new experiences. I chose to study in Prague, Czech Republic for this reason, and the school I have been attending has been quite different from what I am used to at UA. I attend Anglo-American University here in Prague, and it is incredibly different from the University of Alabama. While UA has over 35,000 students, AAU has under 1,000, most of which are...

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UA in Germany: Part I
May28

UA in Germany: Part I

Let me start by introducing myself, and give a little background as to why I chose to study abroad, why I chose Germany, et cetera:   Hi, all. My name is Jake Elkins. I am a 19-year-old math and physics major from essentially just down the road–Birmingham, AL. I grew up as a die-hard Alabama fan, as my mother is an alumna. She embodies many of our University’s wonderful ideals; she is intelligent, persistent, and...

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My Favorite Places – Prague
May28

My Favorite Places – Prague

After spending a week in Prague, I have had a lot of time to reflect on my favorite places we visited and the memories I will remember for forever. I would say that my favorite day was spending a few hours on the Charles Bridge with all of the new friends I made in my class. We spent the afternoon walking around the area around the historic bridge. We grabbed lunch at one of the many cafe options along the streets of Prague and then...

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