Get to Know the Aussie Lingo

By: Allee Feuerman Since Australia does not speak a foreign language like most countries across the world, you would think it would be easy to understand what they are saying. But honestly, sometimes I think it would be easier to understand these Aussie’s if they were speaking Mandarin. Australian slang is something you will get…

Being a Tourist Disguised as a Local

By: Allee Feuerman     I’ve fallen pretty hard for Melbourne during my time studying abroad here, and it wasn’t until I travelled to Sydney that I realized how much I love it. There’s nothing wrong with Sydney of course, although if you ask a born and raised Melburnian I’m sure they’ll tell you otherwise….

Summer Study Program in Spain

Running from mid-May to mid-June, the WCSU Summer Study Program in Spain allows for students to spend a summer attending class in Malaga, Spain at the cost of only $4,300, an estimated thousand dollars less than other schools’ programs.

The program is open to all WCSU students, and not only can it be used to fulfill the Intercultural Competency/Foreign Language requirement, but all classes taken can count for electives or major/minor requirements in Spanish. In addition to education, the program also gives students opportunities to travel to the cities of Madrid and Marbella and learn how to dance the flamenco and cook Spanish food like paella and tapas.

Study-abroad program going to Malaga and Morocco this summer

Jordan A. Sprogis | Editor-in-Chief For the 10th anniversary of the summer study-abroad program in Spain, Western is going to Malaga and Morocco from May 18 to June 19. Art professor David Skora will also be attending this year, so as part of the program, there will be historically art-based lessons and tours, including a visit to the Museo of Picasso in…

WCSU to hold forum for 2016 study-abroad program

Alana Branch | Arts & Entertainment Editor Western Connecticut State University will hold a public forum at 12:30 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 1 about a four-week study-abroad program from mid-May to mid-June. The forum will be in Warner Hall on the first floor at Midtown campus, 181 White St. The public is invited and admission…