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Blogs from our students abroad

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Curious about the typical day for a Geneva student studying abroad? Interested in what they are experiencing and learning?

Although we'll warn you that the study abroad student’s day is anything but mundane, we invite you to share in their discoveries about culture and about themselves. Click on the links below for access to blogs, news updates, photographs and more.

If you're interested in learning more about Geneva’s study abroad opportunities for yourself, be sure to visit the Crossroad’s page.

Kelley Dilliard
Lahu village in the mountains north of Chiang Mai, Thailand

Kate Dagley
Village of Musikhee - Thailand 

Rachel Noble
Semester in Rome

Mike Trn
Semester in Rome


 

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Symphonic Band to present Spring Concert
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