Category Archives: Greece

Study Abroad: Postcard from Greece and Turkey

Hannah Breshears, honors history and architectural studies major, encountered both ancient monuments and contemporary economic woes last summer in Greece …..

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Study Abroad: Joshua Windsor in the Grecian and Turkish Sun

This summer Joshua Windsor, an honors history major of the Fulbright of Arts and Sciences College, visited a variety of locations in Greece and Turkey. Now, on his return home he reflects on the experience and shares a small part … Continue reading

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Postcard from Athens: Mark Haney

                  Mark Haney is an Honors College student majoring in management in the Sam M. Walton College of Business and music through the Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences. He traveled to … Continue reading

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Postcard from Chania, Crete: Sarah Griffis

Thanks to an Honors College Study Abroad grant, classical studies major Sarah Griffis had the opportunity to study in Greece, Crete and Turkey this summer.  She visited the the site of the sacred mysteries of Eleusis in Athens, the “labyrinth” palace … Continue reading

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