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Astronomy lecture highlights vastness of universe, hopes for humanity

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February 26, 2018

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“Space the final frontier.” William Shatner used to say these words on the hit television show “Star Trek.”However, before humanity can begin exploring the vastness of space like Captain Kirk, Spock and the rest of the ...

‘The Great Unwashed’ held together by cast, not much else

@SaintCanaan

November 3, 2017

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I want to enjoy a comedy as much as the next person does, but I think that there has to be a limit. “The Great Unwashed” reaches very, very close to that limit. The premise has a lot of potential: a young man is forced to f...

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@SaintCanaan

September 25, 2017

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We’ve all been there. You have a 15-minute break between classes. You’re almost at the counter and on your way to your seminar, but the person just in front of you can’t seem to decide on what they want. Resist the urge ...

Undergrad study abroad experience leads graduate to move to Amsterdam for post-grad education, love

Hayley Barone

April 21, 2017

Filed under Blogs

I’m 36,000 feet in the air as I write this post, en route to Amsterdam. Some airplane food and several movies later I’ll be landing in my new home, but had you asked me three years ago if I’m where I planned to be at th...

Aussie in Austin: Study abroad student finds locals passionate, diverse

Kayla Sulewski

February 5, 2016

Filed under Life And Arts

Hailing from “Down Under,” study abroad student Paige Langford has been welcomed to Austin with tacos, cowboy boots and country music.A senior secondary education and arts major, Langford attends the University of Notre Dame in her ...

Childhood memories of vacations in France still alive after Paris attacks

Eleanor Fishbourne

November 30, 2015

Filed under Viewpoints

Growing up in England, my family would often take trips to France. Only a 30 minute ride on the channel tunnel and we were in a whole new, beautiful country.My first experience of anything Disney was at Disneyland Paris. Those...

Studying abroad presents language barriers in some countries

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March 6, 2013

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Studying abroad in a non-English speaking country versus an English speaking country is a decision that every student who plans to study abroad has to make. But a student also has the option of taking classes in English while ...

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