Category Archives: Study Abroad

7 Myths and Misconceptions I Discovered (and Some I Believed) While Studying Abroad:

By Quinn Kanner, ’19 // Professional Writing Before I studied abroad, I had certain ideas of what I thought each place was going to be like. This varied from expecting to meet many fellow redheads in Ireland to assuming that the way the temperature/weather is measured around the world would be the same. The more […]

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How I Kept Up My Love of Dance While Studying Abroad

By Quinn Kanner, ‘19 // Professional Writing I couldn’t give up dancing during my semester abroad in Argentina; so of course, I also wanted to continue taking dance classes during while I studied abroad in Ireland. In Buenos Aires, I studied styles of dance that I was already familiar with because taking the classes in […]

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Adventures Abroad Part 1: South America

By Quinn Kanner, ’19 // Professional Writing What could be better than stopping for a selfie with an Alpaca in Urubamba, Peru. (It’s actually a bit of challenge to get them to pose with you!) Photo by me, Quinn Kanner. Studying abroad doesn’t just provide the opportunity to learn about the culture of the city […]

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How I paid it forward while studying (and volunteering) abroad.

By Quinn Kanner,’19 // Professional Writing I think that volunteer work is a great way to give back to the community, but I haven’t had time to do any since I started college. So, when my academic advisor in Buenos Aires shared a list of potential volunteer opportunities, I jumped at the chance to get […]

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What Can I Eat While I’m Abroad?

by Quinn Kanner, ’19, Professional Writing major One of my biggest fears about studying abroad was if I was going to be able to find food that I could eat, especially in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where I am currently studying. You see, I’m a lactose intolerant vegetarian who is studying abroad in a country that’s […]

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Me, a Futbol Fan?

by Quinn Kanner Prior to studying abroad in Argentina, I would never be found voluntarily attending a soccer game. But, attending a fútbol match is on the list of things I heard you ought to do when studying abroad in Argentina, and I figured when am I going to get another chance to do this? […]

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My Study Abroad Story

by Quinn Kanner Hi, I’m Quinn. I’m a junior Professional Writing major. I’m currently studying abroad in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and wanted to share a bit of my study abroad story with you. Part of what drew me to Champlain was its focus on global citizenship. I’ve always wanted to travel and not just see […]

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Student Service Stories

For being a tiny school in Vermont, Champlain College is actually quite connected around the globe. Over 50% of students chose to study abroad and explore what different cultures and communities have to offer. With Champlain’s own international campusus in Montreal, Canada, and Dublin, Ireland, plus its global partners in Argentina, China, New Zealand, Italy […]

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Study Abroad at Champlain

By  Caitlin Ludke, Psychology and Sarah Steward, Communication Major ’17 Champlain students have the ability to study virtually anywhere in the world. With two international campuses—one in Montreal, Canada, and one in Dublin, Ireland—five global partners (with locations in: Auckland, New Zealand; Buenos Aires, Argentina; Florence, Italy; Ifrane, Morocco; and Shanghai, China) and numerous options […]

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