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China: Day 7 – May 23

China: Day 6 – Wednesday, May 23

China: Day 5 - Tuesday, May 22

China: Day 4 - Monday, May 21

China: Day 3 - Sunday, May 20

China: Day 2 - Saturday, May 19

China: Day 1 - Friday, May 18

And we're off to China!

First week in Cape Town, South Africa

Snow in Paris

Mexico: Week 3

Getting Used to Life In Mexico

First Week in Mexico

Taking in the beauty of Sevilla

Why I Chose to Study Abroad

Be Not Afraid - My Trip to World Youth Day 2016

Traveling to Kraków for World Youth Day

Wrapping It All Up: Coming Home

Directed Research, Presentations and Packing Up

People of Bhutan

Beauty in Taiwan

A Taste of Greece

An Excursion through the Himalayas

The Last of China

Talking Without Speaking (in China)

Returning to Beijing

Research & Downtime in the Himalayas

Preparing for a Plane to China

Arriving in Bhutan - Buddhism, Hikes and Clothing

The Journey to Bhutan: Patience is a Virtue

Serving at St. Peter’s Basilica

Visiting the Subiaco Monastery

All Things Arsenal

My Day As A Tourist

Making My Dream a Reality: Traveling to Rome

Row Your Boat Gently Down The Thames

Ready to Go to Rome

A Magical Evening at the Harry Potter Studio Tour

Brick Lane Market Day

Reflecting on Italy: Some of the Best Days of My Life

Dresses Fit for the Queen

Understanding Belfast

National Cereal Day At Cereal Killer Cafe

An ‘Eye’-Opening View

So You Are An English Major Studying Abroad In London?

Reconnecting with family in Turi

The best cannoli and pizza I ever ate

SVC Study Abroad Photo Contest - Enter Today

One Block Down

A “Variety & Quality” Afternoon at Borough Market

Life in London

Ireland Is Your Land

Exploring London

Welcome to York

A Cereal Experience

Bonjour Paris - Part II

Bonjour Paris - Part I

Turning Twenty in a Different Country

A ‘Wicked’ Performance

When in Milan

Afternoon tea and the Kensington Palace

First day of class, the London Eye and remembering Alan Rickman

Landing in London

The Student of Venice

One Week In Rome

Much more than Big Ben - My first week in London

Moving On

Finally Here!

One Step Closer

Getting Ready for Rome

Bocas to Darien: Three Years as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Panama

I Left My Heart in Ling’An

So…What’s China Really Like? Culture Shock in Shanghai

Raw Prawns and Other Shanghai Aventures

Ni Hao! Studying Abroad in Shanghai

Micro Finance in Panama

What do Peace Corps Agribusiness Volunteers do in Panama?

Saint Vincent Bearcats in Northern Ireland

My House in Bocas del Toro, Panama

I See London, I See France

"Imagine this town in the '20s. Paris in the '20s, in the rain. The artists and writers!"

Castles, Giant Rocks, and Hailstorms

A Delicious Way to Teach Business

I Feel like a True Londoner

First Stop- London

It's about to get hotter (for me, anyways)

Pass the Baguettes, Please!

And So It Begins

One month down, one month to go!

Hello, my name is Austin...

Home Sweet Home

London Here I Come!

My first two weeks in Dublin!

The Last Month in Italy

A Peace Corps Panama Update- I'm Busy!

Studying Abroad.. In Dublin, Ireland!

IBIZA, SPAIN

SPRING BREAKKKKK!!!!!!

Czech Republic!!!

From Interlaken, Switzerland to Venice, Italy

FIRENZE!!!!!

10 Things to Consider Before Joining the Peace Corps

A Day in the Life of a Peace Corps Volunteer

Preparing to Study Abroad in Italy

A Very Special Guest in Panama

Snorkeling in Bocas del Toro

The Life-Changing Experiences of Studying Abroad - Un último blog

La Navidad, Tepoztlán y Las Estacas (Parque Natural)

Taxco, Tepeyac y Teotihuacán

A Holiday Abroad? No Hay Bronca

Thanksgiving in Panama

Settling in and Getting Started as a Peace Corps Volunteer

Lessons Learned during my First Month in the Peace Corps

I'm an Official Peace Corps Volunteer!

They Pray for Me

Technical Training Week in the Comarca, Panama

Reflecting on the Adventure of a Lifetime

Caring for Orphans | Campus Ministry Service in Taiwan

Farmers for a day (or two or three) | Campus Ministry Service

A Volunteer Visit in Bocas del Toro, Panama

Some New Recipes | Campus Ministry Service in Taiwan

Teaching and Playing | Campus Ministry Service in Taiwan

Coming to an End

My First Week in Panama

Pre-Service Training

Campus Ministry Service in Taiwan

Top Five Reasons for Joining the Peace Corps After College

Starting to Feel Like Home—Settled in at School and Internship

Hello from a Future Peace Corps Volunteer!

Living and Interning in the Land Down Under

One Month into Australian Living - my Internship in Australia

Arrived and all Settled for my Internship in Australia

Almost Ready to Fly!

Getting Ready to Study Abroad in Australia!

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In Bearcats on the Road, students chronicle their lives while studying abroad or completing internships away from campus.

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Paige Casario is a junior International Business major with minors in Spanish and Operational Excellence. She is studying Business and Spanish and living with a host family in Sevilla, Spain, for the spring semester. She is very excited for this opportunity and experience and can't wait to venture all over Spain and Europe.

Hi! My name is Nicole Reitz and I’m a junior psychology major at SVC. This spring, I’m studying at Edge Hill University in England.

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Hi! My name is Gianna Boburka. I am an international business major with minors in operational excellence and entrepreneurship. I will be studying abroad in Thessaloniki, Greece, this summer for five weeks. In addition to taking two classes abroad, I will be exploring many different sites around Greece.

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Theresa Thimons is a sophomore majoring in mathematics. She is the proud little sister to nine siblings and aunt to seventeen nieces and nephews. Theresa believes that each encounter she has with another human is an opportunity to better understand the heart of Jesus, as every person is the result of God’s love. In whatever career path she ends up taking, she looks forward to solving problems and hopefully inspiring more people to explore the world of fun that is found in math.

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My name is Sam Geer. I’m from Murrysville, Pennsylvania, and I’m a junior at Saint Vincent. I’m getting my major in Environmental Science and minoring in Public Administration. I’m a work study at the Winnie Palmer Nature Reserve and am a member of the Benedictine Leadership Studies Program. This summer, I'll be traveling to Bhutan in the Himalayas of Central Asia, home of the bearcat, where I’ll be studying environmental sustainability and Bhutanese culture. 

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Hi! Im Gabrielle Kohl, an avid reader who loves to travel around the world! I love to experience new culture, literature, people and food. I aim to make a positive impact in the lives of people with whom I interact in order to make the world a happier place.

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Hi! My name is Nicole Berry and I am currently a junior studying communication and psychology. I also am minoring in children studies. I am a commuter and currently live in Delmont, PA. I am hoping to graduate in May 2017 and go on to graduate school for my Masters in Social Work and Juris Doctorate.

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Anastasia Jaeger is a junior English education major with a minor in German and a minor in peace and justice. She has always dreamed of being able to travel around the world and is thankful that Saint Vincent College has these opportunities available to students. When she is not at college, she is likely working her part-time job at a local bakery. In the future, she hopes to travel more and do humanitarian work or teach high school students English.