Tag Result For: Soccer

  • Kevin
  • Clemson University
  • 2016 Spring

Unconnected: Why Being Disconnected From Technology Is The Best Worst Thing To Happen To Me 01/27/16

I like to think that I have changed a lot since I graduated from high school now 3 years ago, I like to think I am more responsible and mature, and depending on who you ask that might be true? But one thing that hasn’t changed is that I love technology. I even wrote a […]

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  • John
  • University of Delaware
  • 2014 Spring

A Life Changing Week 01/29/14

Its funny.  They say that the second rep of an athlete’s exercise set is his strongest rep.  Well, I feel my second week of CIMBA has been and will be the strongest week in terms of my personal growth via study abroad.  This week I successfully completed LIFE and overcame the challenge of planning my […]

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  • Jessica
  • West Virginia University
  • 2013 Fall

The telling flag 11/12/13

One detail defined a city; it embodied everything that Barcelona entails. As I emerged from the underground metro, I found myself among  cream apartment buildings and street vendors with the arrays of colorful flowers. It was one small detail that caught my eye in the midst of the vibrant city. Once I noticed it, I […]

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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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  • Melanie
  • University of Iowa
  • 2012 Spring

It's Soccer Time! 04/02/12

This past week the class of Spring 2012 got our chance to participate in a beloved CIMBA tradition, a soccer game verses the Italian students!  This highly anticipated game is complete with spectators and a referee.  The past 2 semesters the CIMBA team has managed to beat the Italian team at the sport that is […]

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  • Michael
  • University of Iowa
  • 2012 Spring

Relaxation in Sicily 03/27/12

Are you getting tired of the touristy cities and the constant traveling between sights, but cannot decide what country will give you the relaxed atmosphere you are looking for? It didn’t take much to draw me into traveling to Sicily. When my friend Juliana and I were discussing our next travel plans, she said: “I think I […]

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