4 days & 1,570 people
Jun03

4 days & 1,570 people

I am halfway through my medical trip in Zambia and all I can say is WOW! This beautiful country is full of beautiful and smiling people. We arrived and met some of the translators we would be working with at the clinics and those were the first Zambian people we met and from meeting them, I knew that this country was going to be amazing! The first day of clinic was definitely the scariest because I was not sure what to expect. How...

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Finally got to see the Eiffel Tower in person!
Jun03

Finally got to see the Eiffel Tower in person!

The Eiffel Tower was even more overwhelming than I thought it would be. Many people I knew that had been to Paris before had told me that it was under whelming and small, but boy, they were wrong. I think this was the day that I finally realized that I was in Paris, France. I anticipated this event all day. During class, I “under-dressed” so I could freshen up once I got home. I wanted my photos in front of the Effiel...

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My Experience in a Faculty-Led Program
Jun03

My Experience in a Faculty-Led Program

While my study abroad program allowed for a lot of free time and exploration of the two countries we travelled to over the course of 3 weeks, we of course had to fit in classes somewhere. I chose to participate in a Faculty-Led Program, which means that my group travelled with an Alabama professor who taught our class and also set up some sight-seeing activities. This type of study abroad program was something I had never heard of...

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