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This December I had the pleasure and honor of being invited to attend the 2nd annual Franklin Alumni Meeting as a visiting alumna of the Instituto Franklin-UAH. Initially I wasn’t sure what to expect from the meeting, but I was… Read more When I first came to Alcalá as a study abroad student in the Spring of 2015, I felt as if I had fulfilled a lifelong obsession to see Spain. Growing up with two Spanish grandparents, the idea of Spain was… Read more My first two months here have been extremely riveting. I remember the day I arrived on campus and I cannot believe that the first half of the semester is already gone! In two months I have already been faced with… Read more Becoming a leader in the Teach and Learn program was one of the wisest decisions I made during my time in the Master’s program. I chose to become a leader because I wanted to take a greater interest in my… Read more My name is Asha Francisco and I participated in the Teach & Learn Program 2013-2014. I went with a specific goal in mind, and I ended up accomplishing exactly what I wanted. I attended Oregon State University. I double majored… Read more On being asked to share my experience and reflect on my time as a student in the Teach and Learn program, I have tried to consider what I might offer that is of value to those reading this blog. Like… Read more It was our Introduction to Literary Analysis class in the spring of 2017, and we had to take Federico García Lorca’s famous Bodas de sangre and adapt it to make our own play. We had full power over the concept,… Read more 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… Read more I’ll be honest. I didn’t apply to the Teach & Learn Program for the degree and suspect many of my classmates are in the same boat. In fact, I didn’t even want a master’s degree. I had considered it after… Read more If you’re anything like me, the prospect of earning your masters degree abroad probably seems exciting, but mostly- terrifying. Will future employers recognize this degree back in my home country? Will I have to go through a lengthy, expensive process… Read more

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