The Long Roads Home
As the semester ends, students go many different ways: returning directly home, traveling on the school-sponsored trip to Italy or traveling independently across Europe. Podcast
U.S.'s Isle in the Midlands
Without students from Britain, some of the U.S. students question whether Harlaxton College is "the British Experience" it claims to be, but no one questions the value of studying abroad here.
mp3s: No Skips, No Dips
Andrew Peyronnin learned the hard way that his iPod doesn't swim. He and others have found that their mp3 players can be a great companion while traveling -- or a huge loss. Podcast
Travel Demands a Budget
Mastering exchange rates, online banking and handling cash are requirements for
students traveling and studying abroad. Being flexible and setting spending
limits are what it takes.
Globetrotter or Student?
About 80% of Harlaxton students took just 12 or 13 credits this semester so they'd have time to travel on long weekends,
but they'll have to make up a class back at their U.S. campus. Podcast
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So You Think You Know English Accents
Harlaxton Manor maintenance man Laurence Spencer hails from south London, and many Brits can tell that as soon as he
opens his mouth. To hear him and a dozen other English accents on the Harlaxton campus, take a look and listen at our new version of "So You Think You Speak English."
(Photo by Sharon S. Kessler)
Weiss Dynasty Here Ending
When University of Evansville psychology Prof. William Weiss retires this week, it will end a line of Harlaxton College alumni and visitors that includes his son, his daughter-in-law, his daughter and his wife.
Prof. Faust Retiring After 4 Tours of Duty Here
Knitting Group Brings Calm to Harlaxton
Time Abroad Brings Tests
But Then Confidence Too
Harlaxton's class of spring 2008 students say they've learned a lot here, including self-reliance that will help wherever life takes them. Podcast