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 [...]
A rare picture of me at Moose Falls, a two minute hike off the road in Yellowstone.
My name is Ema Barnes, and I’m one of those people who does way too many things.
I’m majoring in English and Political Science. I’m minoring in Spanish, Writing, and Computer Science, and I’m a [...]
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 [...]
My fellow McBlogger, Steph Glassick, talked about her experiences of having Easter away from home and I thought I would join in on that topic. She is from California and I am from Colorado, so we both cannot go home for the weekend.
Luckily, I have an aunt and uncle that live in Alexandria, Virginia, and it is only [...]