A change in perspective-Marisa Gonzalez

Applying for this study away trip was the best decision of my life.  Traveling has always been a passion of mine, and I have dreamed about going to Australia for years.  The plane ride was much too long for my taste and I barely slept, but once we landed I was ready to start my…

The Final Post- Emily Jacka

After spending the spectacular moth of January in the amazing country of Australian. I have loved my time in Australia and it was difficult to watch it come to a close. A month seemed like such a long time, but it flew by so fast and seemed to come to a close so quickly. I…

A Surprising Success- Jessica Trondsen

I never thought I would go to Australia–or study away. As someone who has barely traveled, Australia was a far away place far from my mind. And for someone without a passport, just about every study away program seemed like a place too far away once planes, trains, time and money were factored into the…

This is the End- Ramy Carter

After a fun and short month in Australia I am glad to be home with my family and friends. While we were there for the month I was able to take away a better grasp of what Australia and Australian media/culture is like. Before taking this amazing trip I had an idea in my head…

Lasting Impressions- Alex Devine

A month of sunshine, beaches, and bugs was abruptly ended by 28 degree weather here in Tacoma, but the Seahawks brought home the lombardi and I am one semester closer to graduation so I won’t complain. I had always wanted to visit Australia and I lucked out when this course just happended to be in…

Often Imitated, Never Duplicated- David Erickson

Final Blog | David E. Looking back over the last twenty-six days brings to mind so many memories that can’t be bought, imitated or even duplicated. Each one was a once in a lifetime experience that won’t be forgotten; from Queen Victoria Market in Melbourne, to the War Memorial in Canberra, and La Soiree in…