desarrollo Archives – The Franklin Students' Blog

Mitchell Crocby Macheske, University of Central Florida; Elliot Luis Montesinos, St. Mary´s University; Hannah Marie Powers, Colorado State University; Caleb Croizer Rudge, SUNY Stony Brook; Kimberly Elizabeth Siehl, College of New Jersey, Katherine M. Voss, The University of Oklahoma. En… Read more

Study in Spain Archives – The Franklin Students' Blog

Rina Sarfraz shares her experience about her time in Study Abroad at Instituto Franklin-UAH. Read more No matter how long you’ve been abroad, a visit from you family or friends in Spain is an unforgettable experience that you will all remember for the rest of your lives. The mere fact that someone has dropped everything […]

adhesiones Archives – The Franklin Students' Blog

Mitchell Crocby Macheske, University of Central Florida; Elliot Luis Montesinos, St. Mary´s University; Hannah Marie Powers, Colorado State University; Caleb Croizer Rudge, SUNY Stony Brook; Kimberly Elizabeth Siehl, College of New Jersey, Katherine M. Voss, The University of Oklahoma. En… Read more

#Experience #Alcalá de Henares Archives – The Franklin Students' Blog

Congrats! You’ve made it to Madrid and now you need to get set up in your new home! Here are three pieces of advice as you get settled in the Spanish capital: Get Your Transport Card You’ll want to… Read more No matter how long you’ve been abroad, a visit from you family or […]

Does Teach & Learn Prepare Me for a Ph.D.? – The Franklin Students' Blog

So, you’re thinking about five more years of academic work post-masters. Five more years of espresso-fueled nights, of living with three roommates in a 700 square-foot apartment, of relying on the divine blessing of Moe’s Mondays to provide you at least one affordable meal per week that doesn’t come out of a box, all to […]

#MercadoCervantino Archives – The Franklin Students' Blog

Every autumn, Alcala de Henares prepares for its largest festival of the year, which brings around 300,000 tourists to the city. The Medieval Market, which is one of the largest markets of its kind in Europe, arrives at the beginning… Read more

El español de Andalucía – The Franklin Students' Blog

Maureen Hudson, The City College of New Jersey El sur de España está caracterizado por gente amable, ciudades bonitas, y, lo más difícil para los anglo-parlantes, un acento distinto. El dialecto andaluz tiene algunas diferencias del español normativo con respeto a la fonética. Hemos escuchado una canción con acento andaluz, “Cai” interpretada por Niña Pastori y […]

Teach&Le Archives – The Franklin Students' Blog

This year is flying by, and I’m sure we are all ready for a vacation. With the winter holidays creeping up around the corner it’s time to start thinking of what you want to do with the time off. I’m… Read more

Camino de las Estrellas Archives – The Franklin Students' Blog

Marco Gallegos, University of Arizona El camino de las estrellas conocido como “El camino de Santiago” o simplemente “El camino” es una ruta en España que toman los peregrinos, principalmente cristianos, para llegar a la ciudad de Santiago de Compostela,… Read more

Emilio Estevez Archives – The Franklin Students' Blog

Marco Gallegos, University of Arizona El camino de las estrellas conocido como “El camino de Santiago” o simplemente “El camino” es una ruta en España que toman los peregrinos, principalmente cristianos, para llegar a la ciudad de Santiago de Compostela,… Read more

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