An Unexpected Cookbook: The Unofficial Book of Hobbit Cookery

by Dr. Jessie Voigts / Mar 24, 2015 /
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Oh my, oh my. THIS is a book after my own heart. I'm talking, of course, about An Unexpected Cookbook: The Unofficial Book of Hobbit Cookery, written by Chris-Rachael Oseland.

#StudyAbroadBecause it opens your world

by stasia.lopez / Mar 24, 2015 /
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Loretta Agyemang graduated from the University of Pittsburgh in December 2014 with degrees in Economics and Political Science and certificates in Global, Latin American, and African Studies. Her experience as a Ghanaian-American immigrant shaped her academic interests of uniting language learning with the social sciences.

You Are What You Eat

by Dr. Jessie Voigts / Mar 24, 2015 /
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An essential part of the discovery and adventure (and sometimes the delight) of travel comes from sampling the unusual foods the locals eat, foods they’ve been eating for hundreds of years without noticeable harm. Dining on the indigenous fare helped me better understand the local culture and economy.

5 Affordable Family Restaurants in Hilton Head

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Exploring something new. That’s what vacation is all about for our family. And one of the best ways to keep that theme alive revolves around the meal table. We try to avoid chain restaurants in general but as a rule when we’re on the road. But unless you have your own kitchen, meal costs can add up fast.

 

Summer break: A Mexican road trip

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If you’re planning to make use of your spring or summer break, yet not blow the bank, Mexico is already on the list. Most people opt for the beach- but which one? Then again, there are beautiful mountains and tons of archaeological sites. Renting a car in Mexico is the easiest way to experience an incredibly diverse and rich area in a short amount of time.

Florida Culture for the Week of March 23, 2015 by Josh Garrick

by Josh Garrick / Mar 23, 2015 /
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Florida Culture for the Week of March 23, 2015 by Josh Garrick
 
March 24 at 8 pm – Sarah McLachlan at the Dr. Phillips Center

#StudyAbroadBecause it brings the world together!

by stasia.lopez / Mar 23, 2015 /
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Ciao! Michelle Wass is a senior at the University of Pittsburgh and about to graduate with a Bachelor’s degree in Natural Sciences (with concentrations in biology, chemistry and psychology); an Italian minor, and a Global Health Certificate. She made the best decision of her life to study abroad in Rome, Italy, in the spring 2013 semester.

Purple Aurora and the Milky Way: Sky Scenes from Northern Norway

by Benny Hoynes / Mar 21, 2015 /
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From Buksnesford, Andøy. Just 20 min drive from my home.

 

Purple Aurora and the Milky Way: Sky Scenes from Northern Norway

 

Purple Aurora and the Milky Way: Sky Scenes from Northern Norway

 

Grocery Shopping in London

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The ins and outs of grocery shopping in Central London while studying abroad.

Solar Eclipse 2015 in Northern Norway

by Benny Hoynes / Mar 20, 2015 /
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Solar eclipse, March 15. at 11.02. Some snow came in over us, but got a glimpse of the solar eclipse. Taken from my porch, at Hognfjorden, Vesterålen, Norway.

 

Solar Eclipse 2015 in Northern Norway

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