• Mexico
  • Nadia Villafuertes

    One of the things I love the most about OU is the wide range of international events that are offered by the different colleges on campus. This fall, the OU Humanities Forum invited Nadia Villafuerte, a Mexican author, to come and host a creative writing workshop. Afterword, she and my professor, Dr. Julie Ward, held a […]

  • Mexico
  • An Interview with a Spanish Major

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    What’s your name, major, and classification? Maegan Brewer, I’m a Spanish Pre-Physical Therapy major with an HES minor, and I’m a sophomore. Why did you choose to major in Spanish? Because I have a passion for the Spanish language and culture and, being pre-PT, I hope to be able to serve more people better because I’m […]

  • Europe
  • A Very Wine-y Wednesday

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    Yesterday, our class took a trip to a local winery. We learned about the process of growing grapes organically and about the different varieties of grapes that can be found in Tuscany. Then we toured the inside of the winery, learning about the actual process of fermentation and aging. At the end, we got to […]

  • Designs
  • For My Portfolio

    This semester I’m taking a class that discusses global environmental challenges. We were assigned with a project that explored the potential impacts that the changing climate could have on different aspects of life in Italy. My group and I chose the aspect of tourism, which plays a large role in the lives of many Italians. […]

  • Europe
  • A Roman Holiday

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    I can’t believe that spring break is already over. I feel like my time here has absolutely just flown by, and I’m starting to dread going home. My mom and dad came to visit me for their spring break, so we went on a tour through Italy that included Rome, Florence, Orvieto, Arezzo, Cinque Terre, […]