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Back on Georgia Clay

As I sit here in the international terminal of the Atlanta airport typing my last blog entry, I can’t look back without realizing how blessed and grateful I am for the opportunity of a lifetime. Without the gracious support of my scholarship donor, the College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences…
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Less then 12 hours until departure

I can remember, like it was yesterday, my first college tour of UGA. They gave me several really interesting brochures of all the available options offered to CAES students for study abroad trips. Little did I know that three years later I would be given the opportunity to take advantage…
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Ag Dawg Finally at Home

Travel, as Mark Twain said, is ” fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness…broad, wholesome, charitable views of men and things cannot be acquired by vegetating in one little corner of the earth all one’s lifetime.” I think it’s absolutely true: if you were to ask people at the international terminal of…
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Greece – A trip of a lifetime!

As the new school year begins, I continue to reminisce about the amazing two weeks I spent and Greece and how I wish I could be going back there. Don’t get me wrong, Athens, Georgia is amazing! But, I would give just about anything in order to study a full…
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Heading Home

After spending two and half weeks traveling around Europe, I am ready to be back home and see my family, friends, and boyfriend. I mean don’t get me wrong I loved every minute of my time over the pond but I started getting home sick toward the end of the…
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Villa d’Este

  Villa d’Este was the first, and my favorite, garden we experienced on the tour.  As an Italian Renaissance garden, it exhibited many of the garden features we had learned about making it a significant stop to support our learning. The first photo shown is a Pegasus statue.  The symbol…
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