Welcome USM Students

After having breakfast at the university café, my friends and I had some time to spend until the campus tour at 2. We wanted to buy post cards for our family members but we couldn’t find a store to buy anything. We took the campus bus and went to Bukit…

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USF in Ireland: Future History

Although military engagements, political practices, economic development, and religious organizations account for significant portions of history, a civilization’s media is important to explaining history.  While media today is mostly associated in a social and cultural context, two important mediums help explain the story of Ireland. The Book of Kells may…

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Erin Go Bragh!

Bewley’s Irish tea is steaming beside me as the chill Irish air floats over my window sill. I’ve just settled down in my room at Trinity College in Dublin, where ornate stone buildings rich with history are still in stride with the beat of the city around it. Trinity College…

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Welcome Home!

I have been back in the states for about 13 days and it has been none stop since then. Getting my sleep back on schedule took about three days. Monday, July 8th, I did several errands involving making sure I had my transcripts in for final internship as well as…

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USF in Ireland: Eire Story

Irish history is rich with strong preservation of culture, society, and religion.  Although it’s worth a history buff’s time to learn the Irish story, it’s those interested in storytelling that will most enjoy an important element of Ireland and Irish people. One of the most valued positions in prehistory Ireland…

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The Embercombe Experience

Yesterday we traveled a mere thirty minutes outside of Exeter’s city center to the sustainable community of Embercombe. Thirty minutes, though, might as well be three hundred miles because upon arriving in Embercombe, you feel as if you’ve entered a sort of Utopian Eden. Mac, the visionary and director of…

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