I am convinced that Europe is composed of bread. I am not complaining–just an observation! To celebrate this wonderful food group, on Friday, I went with my roommate to the 2nd Sekler Cake Festival. The festival celebrated the famous Hungarian chimney cakes, or kurtoskalacs.
At the festival, there were at least ten different chimney cake [...]
What do McDaniel Budapest study abroad students do with their three-day weekend? Go on a study tour of course! Not only were we able to take a three-day trip to the gorgeous Balaton region in Hungary, but we also receive credit for our trip! Adventuring in Europe is great, but what makes study tours even [...]
In my blog, I have never explained why I am studying abroad in Budapest. So, in list format, (my favorite format) here are some reasons why I am in Budapest now- fall semester of my junior year at McDaniel.
Talking with McDaniel students who have studied abroad
My parents always told me that studying abroad [...]
What an unusual first week of classes! Classes officially started on Tuesday due to Labor Day, and I must admit that I felt some apprehension the night before class. I was not only nervous for the new classes, but also for completely new professors, a new campus, new students, and a new atmosphere.
I am [...]
Hello! Before I begin blogging about my semester abroad in Budapest, here is a little background information about me. My name is Leanna and I am a current junior at McDaniel with a French and Political Science double major and a minor in business. I am originally from Turlock, California and after touring around 50 [...]