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Julia is a senior finance major with a specialization in alternative asset management, a concentration in risk management & insurance, and a minor in economics. During summer 2013, she is studying at SMU-in-Taos. Continue reading
I gotta say that as my semester in Copenhagen is drawing to a close, I have had more fun here than I can even express! Right now I am trying to squeeze every drop of enjoyment that I can out … Continue reading
I cannot say how happy I am to have been able to travel to this beautiful place. I absolutely loved it. Usually when you hear about places like this you can assume that the description is overdramatized, and that, while … Continue reading
On my second week off for travel, I was lucky enough to go to London and Edinburgh with my two friends Amber and Rose! I was very excited for this trip because these are both places I have been looking … Continue reading
Hello friends! My long-awaited study tour with my communications class to Northern Ireland has already come and gone, and I have to say it was one of the best weeks I have had since being in Europe. We left early … Continue reading
An update from Erin, a senior majoring in history and human rights: Well, we’ve done it. We’ve said our last goodbyes to Alabama. Part of me is sad to leave because the most incredible memories of the trip, for me, … Continue reading
An update from Ana Sophia, a senior human rights major with a minor in French: The Civil Rights pilgrimage has proved to be a beautiful trip that not only tells, but also brings to life American history. It is surprising … Continue reading
An update from Julianna, a sophomore majoring in business who is conducting research on the exclusionary rule: We’ve just finished up our third day on The Hill and I can’t believe it’s Wednesday night already! After our 6:30 a.m., Monday … Continue reading
An update from Michael, a junior majoring in philosophy and political science: As I skimmed through Justice Robert H. Jackson’s documents in the Library of Congress, I found the interactions between Justice Jackson and Justice Black particularly pertinent to my own … Continue reading