“Studying abroad holds many promises: experiencing a new country’s culture, tasting new cuisine, seeing historical places and having a negative balance in your bank account.”
Students are exposed to a variety of opportunities to expand their classroom.
As a news writer, one does not share their own views and experiences — however, this is an earned exception.
“There’s still so much out there to discover.”
Collegian photographer Julian Cirnigliaro showcases his time across Europe through a series of snapshots.
Multimedia reporter Ethan Polak talks about the mask mandate being lifted on campus and the study abroad opportunities that are happening over Spring Break.
Students get the chance to travel to Columbia, Ecuador and Peru through GALA 2022 study abroad trip in Latin America
After all fall study abroad programs were canceled, Butler students planning to go abroad in the spring are encouraged to stay positive as the faculty and staff work together to make a decision.
Butler’s Center for Global Education made decision to cancel study abroad programs based on CDC and U.S. State Department travel advisories, countries’ limited border access.
Study abroad students have returned home and will now take classes online due to the coronavirus pandemic.