Monthly Archives: March 2018

Off-Campus Study Fair

When it comes to choosing where to study off-campus, there are so many variables to consider. Whether it be location, academics, or the size of the program. The OCSE office wants to make the process as simple as possible. We’re… Continue Reading → Continue reading

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Bringing the Sazón to Thailand!

Prior to studying abroad in Thailand during the spring of 2017, I would have never imagined that I would be lucky enough to fly more than 15 hours to Southeast Asia. Opportunities like these are what tiny Boricuas from the… Continue Reading → Continue reading

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Adjusting to the British university system

If you’re studying at a university like I did, then you’re likely going to notice some differences between classes at Skidmore and the courses that you’re taking while you’re abroad. Depending on where you go and where you study, you… Continue Reading → Continue reading

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Challenging Theories

The term ‘wilderness’ is a controversial one that has been a part of our world for a long time and has been redefined from many perspectives and in multiple contexts. As progressive as the concept may sound to be, the… Continue Reading → Continue reading

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Fall 2018 Residencies

In October, two intriguing artists in residence provided creative insights to environmental justice issues through the lens of a dancer and a chef. Jody Sperling is a dancer, choreographer, and dance scholar who explores environmental activism through movement.Chef Kabui is Continue reading Fall 2018 Residencies Continue reading

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