Boren Scholar to Morocco
As a Boren Scholar, David Goldstein ’16 went to Morocco’s Atlas Mountains to intensively study Arabic.
New in India
The adventure of a lifetime was in store for Emma van Emmerik ’14 during her semester in Pune.
Farming and Peace Building
During a semester spent at an Israeli institute, one Mac student learned about the challenges of both desert food production and Middle East peace building.
Zinc Roofs and Latrines
Three students worked with villagers in Sierra Leone to build latrines and waterproof roofs, supported by a Davis Projects for Peace grant.
When Erin Bortz ‘14 studied in New Zealand, she joined volunteer efforts to help a community still recovering from earthquakes.
When Mark Thomson studied at Oxford University, he expected hints of Hogwarts. But he never anticipated how much he’d accomplish there.
Physics major Chris Krapu ’13 was Mac’s first student to study in Singapore through a new exchange program.
Studying in Siberia
While studying in Siberia, Ingrid Korsgard ’13 combined her interests in health and environmental studies with her passion for Russia.
Making Music in London
While studying at King’s College London, Sam Tygiel ’13 visited ancient churches, immersed himself in the arts scene, and composed new music.
Two Views of Cambodia
It was a richer experience when students and faculty from religious studies and economics studied together in the kingdom of Cambodia.
Spending a term abroad confirmed for Stephanie Vilendrer ’13 her desire to be a doctor.
South Africa Adventures
Two Mac students had very different study abroad experiences in Cape Town last year.
To prepare for working in the world’s most populated country, Sam Frost ’13 spent a semester speaking only Chinese.
Politics in Cameroon
Sasha Lansky ’14 (Amherst, Mass.) offerssome reflections on her experience meeting a Cameroonian political opposition candidate.