Updates from the Field
International travel may be limited this fall, but 62 Carls are still managing to take part in off-campus study programs in seven countries: Denmark, Greece, Israel, Iceland, Rwanda, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Students will send photos and stories periodically throughout the fall term to be featured on this blog.
Hello from Rwanda!
Anna Gwin ’22 writes: “It’s hard to pinpoint my favorite part of the program, but it’s probably the overall sense of fulfillment because I’m studying issues I am really passionate about.”
Greetings from Greece
While I still have yet to meet Zeus, Athena, or any other Olympic God – they seem to be avoiding me – my time here in Greece has still been amazing, filled with incredible professors, friends, and travels, writes Dima Rentel ’22.
Carleton Travel Writing faces Hemingway challenge in Copenhagen
“For sale: baby shoes, never worn.”
Report from Copenhagen
Elise Lehman ’23 describes her DIScovery trip to the oldest town in Denmark which included a seal safari and blokarting.
Greetings from Jerusalem
Dasha Palenova ’22 describes life during lockdown in Jerusalem, a city of “beautiful sunsets and colourful markets and interesting people.”
Our Iceland Trip
Carleton students Tali Emlen ’22, Raven Dawson ’22, and Celine Smith ’22 describe their first weeks of study abroad in Iceland.