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  • Christopher
  • University of Kansas
  • 2013 Spring

Ciao, introduction for a new point of view 01/21/13

Ciao, Contrary to popular believe and some do’s and don’ts of Italy websites saying ciao to everyone is not frowned upon or disrespectful. So the first thing I have learned since being here is to be nice and respectful to every non-American you meet and say ciao. My name is Christopher Patton I am a […]

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  • Connor
  • Virginia Tech University
  • 2013 Spring

On the way to Italy 01/21/13

I can still remember the night I came back to my apartment with the CIMBA brochure in my hand. The program was recommended to me by a professor so I felt obligated to at least glance over it. I figured it would just be another cool idea that was never followed up on. But given […]

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  • Elizabeth
  • Furman University
  • 2012 Fall

It's Like a Dream 12/20/12

Hello from America! I have been home for two weeks now and I have been trying to think of something to write for my final post. Nothing has really come to mind yet and I think that is due to the fact that I am having trouble admitting to myself that this semester is officially over. This […]

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  • Carly
  • Furman University
  • 2012 Fall

A Bittersweet Goodbye 12/05/12

On Saturday afternoon, I had to say goodbye to 75 of my closest friends. Needless to say, they were all tearful goodbyes. I’ve never met so many genuine, inspiring, amazing people in my entire life, and yet I had the opportunity to live, travel, and study with them for three whole months. Words will never […]

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  • Elizabeth
  • Furman University
  • 2012 Fall

Strangers Are Just Family You Have Yet to Come to Know 11/28/12

Salve We started off this adventure three months ago as complete strangers. Just a random group of college students from all over the United States, with seemingly nothing more in common than the desire to study in Italy. However, now I can confidently say that we are family. This was never more prevalent than it was Monday […]

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  • Carly
  • Furman University
  • 2012 Fall

I've Left My Heart in Prague 11/28/12

Before coming to Europe, I asked my older brother who had studied abroad in Europe before if there was one city I must visit, what city would it be? Without any hesitation he told me I had to make sure I got to see Prague, which is the capital of the Czech Republic. To be […]

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  • Morganne
  • University of Oregon
  • 2012 Fall

"Don't cry because it's over, smile because it happened" 11/27/12

Only five (almost four) days remain until I leave to go home to America. I cannot believe it. Where did the past three months of my life go? I have only just begun to reflect on my time here and frankly, I don’t even know where to start. I have gone through so much and […]

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  • Elizabeth
  • Furman University
  • 2012 Fall

Don't Count the Days, Make the Days Count. 11/21/12

Salve! Making every last moment count has definitely been a common theme here at CIMBA this past week. Our time is shortly coming to an end with less than two weeks left and everyone is making every moment together the best one ever, whether it be just hanging out together in the dorms or when […]

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  • Carly
  • Furman University
  • 2012 Fall

This Thanksgiving I'm Thankful for CIMBA! 11/21/12

This Thanksgiving I’m very, very grateful for the CIMBA study abroad program and all of the magnificent opportunities it has offered me throughout the entire semester. I have grown so much as a person in just these few short months being abroad in Italy. I’ve had the opportunity to meet people from all over Europe […]

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  • Elizabeth
  • Furman University
  • 2012 Fall

A Great Ball of Fire 11/19/12

Salve! Sunday, I attended my first European futbol match. I figured with only two weeks left, it was something that definitely needed to be checked off my cultural to-do list. I have never been a huge soccer fan, so I was definitely there to focus on experiencing the culture of the game. The game was […]

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