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Campus study abroad fair attracts students

Study-Abroad-FairMany countries were represented last week at Smith’s Study Abroad Fair, including the England, Scotland, France, Germany, Spain, and Japan. Some students were asked about their plans for studying abroad.

Emily Crowley, ’14, an Ada Scholar, has recently completed all the requirements for her biology major and is looking to travel to Australia or New Zealand because it’s faraway and has a completely different terrain with many “unusual critters” she could study. This would be Emily’s first time studying abroad.

Deborah Place ’16, an art history/Russian studies double major, wants to see art abroad and experience life at the places she has read about in her Russian language and literature classes. She has her eye set on St. Petersburg and Moscow, Russia.

The fair not only attracted upperclassmen; some first-years were seen chatting up representatives. Amanda Cesarano ’17 is starting to think about her study abroad plans. She is a prospective English major/Spanish minor and would like to go to a Spanish-speaking country for her junior year abroad. After studying Spanish since middle school, Amanda would like to finally experience the culture firsthand and get out of the U.S. for a while.

The Study Abroad Fair was filled with enthusiastic Smithies all eager to share their ideas for studying abroad with both academic and personal pursuits.

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