On Thursday, September 11, I went to the Global Fellows Colloquium. The guest speaker was Dr. John MacAloon from the University of Chicago, and we debated the Geopolitics of Olympic Host Cities. This was the best colloquium we have had so far! It was really interactive, and it gave us the chance to show all […]
Rueben (the speaker) answering a question
A couple of weeks ago, we had a Holocaust survivor visit campus and talk to us. His talk was so moving; almost everyone in the audience cried. I thought it was interesting to see how the experience affected him and the way he thinks about the world.
Morgan mentioned the Global Fellows program in her post last week, and I am excited to say that I am one of the 28 first-year students that were welcomed into the program last Thursday.
The Class of 2017’s Global Fellows.
Any freshman can apply for the program regardless of major. The goal […]
On Thursday, we had the Global Fellows reception for the Class of 2017. It was such an exciting event! There are quite a few more Global Fellows in the next class than there are in mine, and I am happy to see that the program is growing.
It was fun to get to meet the […]
Part of being a Global Fellow is taking more than the required amount of international courses at McDaniel. Last semester I took one of the best classes ever: Asian Philosophy. In middle school, I had learned a little bit about Eastern religions like Buddhism and Confucianism. In high school, I learned about the world in […]