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    Aracelis Sanchez - a triple major who is taking full advantage of Dominican's distinctive Study Abroad programs!

    Nutrition student/blogger Sara Scheler writes on her life-changing week on an organic farm in Austria:

    Brent sits at the Four Rivers fountain in Rome

    Monica posing with the ridiculous amount of candy at the Southbank Christmas Festival

    I also finally got to go to Cart Horse with the Maties PAW society. We had a decent sized group of volunteers so we all just did a few various jobs. I did some sweeping, filling stalls with new hay, and brushing one of the horses. There were two pairs of mother and foal too which were so adorable!

    Katie, Kelsey, Lauren and I went to Giraffe House, which literally was the home of only one giraffe. But much to our surprise, we got to feed and pet her!

    It’s safe to say this will be my final blog from South Africa, unbelievable as that is.

    DU Student Blogger Caitlin Guerra's semester abroad in London is coming to a close. She will be leaving the UK and returning to Chicago next week! Read her final thoughts about her travels an experiences in her latest blog post.

    Breanna Sands at Drakenstein Lion Park in South Africa

    Breanna Sands at Black Horse Trails in South Africa

    Ostrich Farm in South Africa

    Breanna Sands at Knysna in South Africa

    Breanna Sands at Monkeyland in South Africa

    Antlers Lodge in South Africa

    The Duomo in Florence

    Florence, Italy

    Wine Cellar at Castello di Verrazzano

    San Gimignano is a small town in the the Tuscan hilltops.

    Venice, Italy

    Palazzo Pitti, Italy

    The last student supper in Italy

    Drum roll for the animal that most people don’t believe exists in South Africa: The African Penguin. This colony was located on Boulder’s Beach.

    Cape Point, South Africa