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When will the political become personal for us, ¿nosotr@s?

When will the political become personal for us, ¿nosotr@s?

An earlier version of the following article was also published on AC Voice.   Since my family and I arrived in the United States from the Dominican Republic, my parents have always instilled the significance of obtaining an education in my siblings and I. I still […]

Nicaragua

Nicaragua

Sharline Dominguez ‘16 The following is a personal blog entry of my experience so far studying abroad in Nicaragua for the fall semester. I am here with the SIT program studying youth culture, literacy and media. Although I am still in the beginning stages of […]

Blog Excerpt – Soul Abroad

Blog Excerpt – Soul Abroad

(Photo Credit: Shannon Courtney) Matt Randolph ‘16  Still, as much as I love museums, I felt a harmony in having a balance between humanity and nature when traveling that I didn’t before. I stopped thinking of my study abroad experience just as a history major, […]

Soulbite – On Coming Home

Soulbite – On Coming Home

his summer, Amherst Soul will feature various “Soulbites,” brief reflections on personal and social themes experienced by contributors. Matt Randolph ‘16 Every day that passes here in Chile, I become more afraid of that inevitable day when I’ll be on a plane heading back to the […]