I can never get enough of traveling. I’ve visited over thirty U.S. states and seven foreign countries, doing everything from missions work to singing in a choir to simple tourism. Still, there are always more places to visit, with more art, history, and culture to explore. Who doesn’t want to explore the Roman catacombs or
As we all know, everything has taken a hit during this pandemic. Sports were no exception. Hang out with Salva on June 5th at 12pm CST to learn how the pandemic impacted fútbol and what Spain did to keep spirits alive. You are invited to a Zoom meeting.When: Jun 5, 2021 12:00 Central Time (US
Spanish artists have come together during the pandemic to collaborate on musical pieces to support and encourage one another. Join us Saturday, May 1st, at 12:00pm CST to learn from Salvador Gallego, one of our amazing professors, about how music has changed during the pandemic in Spain. It’ll be a great time of learning and
When I look back on my time in Spain, there are so many memories to share: exploring Sevilla through five days of rain, spending a weekend in Portugal, doing homework on the school’s terrace, kayaking on the Guadalquivir River. In two short months, I experienced the most mundane activities to world-changing events. However, the moments
Being abroad as the coronavirus started to become more serious felt like watching water boil; it happened slowly and then all at once. I remember hearing that a new virus had emerged in China shortly after I arrived in Sevilla in January. I raised an eyebrow then, but it felt so far away that
In the spring of 2014 I had the immense privilege to study abroad in Seville, Spain (or more affectionately known to me in its native tongue as Sevilla). This would be my first visit to Europe, my first experience with the anatomical wonder of jet lag, and a first in many other things yet unknown.