Why You Don’t Need to Know a Foreign Language to Communicate in Another Country

A bit of background on myself: I am 20-year-old architecture student double majoring in Spanish. I've been studying Spanish since I was 13 years old and am absolutely set on making it a part of my career in the field of architecture and construction, and this trip is my first time out of the country. … Continue reading Why You Don’t Need to Know a Foreign Language to Communicate in Another Country

Nationalism: 1. Mamá, 2. Dios, 3. El fútbol

If you haven't been keeping up with the World Cup, Costa Rica advanced to the quarterfinals for the first time in history. When discussing our experiences from the weekend, my professor told us this today: "Un tico ama a tres cosas: 1. su mamá, 2. Dios, 3. el fútbol, en este orden." "Costa Ricans love … Continue reading Nationalism: 1. Mamá, 2. Dios, 3. El fútbol

Morgan Grubbs – Semester in Costa Rica

Follow Wagner College student Morgan Grubbs as she explores the lush, verdant tropical rainforests of Costa Rica during her semester abroad! http://morganlanegrubbs.blogspot.com/

Jessica Endres: Heredia, Costa Rica – Spring 2013

Make sure you follow Texas A&M and Sol Education Abroad student, Jessica Endres,  as she CONQUERS Cooosssttaaaa RRRRRrrriicaaa! http://asemesterincostarica.blogspot.com/