Category: Italy Humanities

This Summer I Participated on Two SPC Study Abroad Programs!

 I registered to Study Abroad for two programs this summer. Spanish in Spain, and good old humanities in Italy. Let’s just say I feel in love with both countries, but Italy has this mystical spell it casted over me and I can’t wait to go back. I spent a few days in Naples with my … Continue reading This Summer I Participated on Two SPC Study Abroad Programs!

Study Abroad in Italy – Summer 2017

The history, art, architecture, landscapes and culture of Italy are waiting for you. In July of 2017 SPC students will depart the U.S. to study abroad in Italy and earn college credit. This memorable 10-day program is just around the corner. Why study Humanities in a classroom when you can experience it in Italy? Complete process by … Continue reading Study Abroad in Italy – Summer 2017

Italy: This trip changed my life and opened my eyes to the limitless beauty that surrounds us all

Golden rays of sunlight shone over the lush foliage of the Tuscan countryside. The strong aroma of coffee and fresh, mountain air moved throughout the crowded streets, floating on chilly breezes. Sporadic showers fell on the centuries-old, stone staircases and Renaissance-styled buildings, wrapping them in a polished glow. Every element reflected the beautiful Italian culture … Continue reading Italy: This trip changed my life and opened my eyes to the limitless beauty that surrounds us all

A Study Abroad: A Bringing to Life of Lessons Learned

Having never traveled outside the United States, and seldom within the country itself, I’ve found this study abroad experience to be all and more than I expected.   Without the experience of being abroad, I was first unsure of what I might find in a study abroad program.  However, having completed eight days in my class’s … Continue reading A Study Abroad: A Bringing to Life of Lessons Learned

Sacrifices of The Past: Rome, Religion, and a Journey to Worlds Lost in Time

If you’re reading this blog, you’re a person of curiosity. If you’re like me, you like history… a lot. You also like to travel, study for the thrill of learning, meet new species of people, think about the world, and all-in-all… just plain take in life for the sake of stopping to admire the wonderful … Continue reading Sacrifices of The Past: Rome, Religion, and a Journey to Worlds Lost in Time