Posts Tagged ‘study abroad’

  • Kate Library color

    Opportunities await you

    Feb 7, 18 • 263 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    by Studying abroad has been something I have aspired to do even before I committed to attend Gannon. Growing up in a small rural town, the thought of leaving Pennsylvania to be able to visit exotic places and bustling cities across the globe always seemed...

  • Issue3_Features_Rome

    Student discovers new passions in Rome

    Sep 19, 17 • 624 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by I was flipping through my travel journal the other night when I came across a quote that really resonated with me. American author Henry Miller once said, “One’s destination is never a place, but rather a new way of looking at things.” I am nearly...

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    Student reflects on life in England

    Nov 29, 16 • 935 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by Only three short months ago, I boarded a plane at Pittsburgh International Airport and began what I could only imagine to be the best experience of my life. Little did I know, all of my preparation could not prepare me for what was awaiting me on the other...

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    Student reflects on life in Australia

    Oct 25, 16 • 780 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by I am studying abroad at Australian Catholic University (ACU) in Brisbane as a physician assistant (PA) major. When I attended the Learning Abroad Fair my first semester at Gannon and Meagan McHugh, the associate director of learning abroad, told me that it...

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    Student reflects on life in Rome, studying abroad

    Sep 21, 16 • 865 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by Spending four months abroad is something people both young and old dream about, and for good reason. Coming to college, I didn’t think it would be possible to achieve that dream because of the demands of the physician assistant program. With help from my...

  • cliffs of mother

    Europe offers cheap travel

    Feb 17, 16 • 921 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by You know what’s great about studying abroad? Europe. You know what is great about Europe? Student-wallet friendly travel. This past weekend, a friend and I went to a tiny Irish fishing village, Doolin, stayed in a bed and breakfast, went out to eat —...

  • rockofcashel

    Student sketches trials of study abroad

    Feb 3, 16 • 1139 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by Disclaimer: I swear I am happy to be studying abroad in Ireland, but there is a less exciting and more realistic side that no one told me until I began the study abroad process and landed here. Planning a study abroad is a lot like having an extra...

  • kats calamari

    When in Rome: Student recaps Italian food experience

    Nov 11, 15 • 1443 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by Living in Rome allows for so much traveling. Many students stay here for the reason of Rome being the “central hub” of Europe. Flights to almost anywhere are under three hours and very cheap on student friendly budget airlines. Over fall break,...

  • TRAVEL EXPO

    Gannon hosts T. R. A. V. E. L. Expo

    Oct 21, 15 • 1130 Views • News, Top StoriesNo Comments

    by Students were given the opportunity to learn about Gannon University’s T.R.A.V.E.L. Program at this year’s T.R.A.V.E.L. Expo held Tuesday in the Yehl Ballroom. T.R.A.V.E.L. stands for Transforming Residents Abroad Via Engaged Learning. The objective of...

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    When in Rome: Student braves crowd at Oktoberfest

    Oct 7, 15 • 1216 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by The moment that I realized I would be in Europe when the real German Oktoberfest was going on, I knew I had to go. The possibility was real because there were trips going with a tour group called Bus2Alps. My friends planned their own trip and there was a...