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Photos and Testimonials






Elizabeth Nicholson, Cape Coast, Ghana 2011: “The beauty in the people and places I saw while studying abroad in Ghana was impossible to capture with just one photo or film. The incredible people inspired me, and they kindly allowed me to take some memories home with me through my photography."


Caroline Loftus; Munich, Germany 2010: “My semester in Munich, Germany was an unforgettable experience and the best decision I could have made at Guilford College.”



Taylor H. Shields; Siena, Italy 2010: "Developing a close friendship with my host family and professors, while exploring Italian culture and history, made studying abroad a life changing experience."


Jason Straus; Tlaxcala, Mexico 2010: “Studying abroad with the Mexico Solidarity Network opened my eyes to the Latino struggle and has inspired me to help Mexicans in Greensboro with life on thisside of the border.  If you want to be invigorated and gain a different perspective on life, then study abroad.”

Tess Crocker; London, UK 2010: "Everyday was a new adventure that mostly involved getting lost trying to find the place where I got lost the day before. Now all I want to do is go back."



Jacob Kresloff; Brunnenburg, Italy 2011: “Studying abroad in Brunnenburg helped me see the beauty in something I took for granted: communication. It is so refreshing to speak with someone in a different language because you begin to feel the pulse of the region. You feel like you are a part of the culture. What's more is that you gain a newfound sense of independence that you would not normally acquire in the states.”


Douglass Guernsey; Siena, Italy 2010: “If I could, I would still be there.”



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