A three-time All-American volleyball player is now a professional in Germany with national team ambitions, lederhosen jerseys and a brand new car.
Daniel Daugherty, who is in his 28th year as the Heidelberg program director, talks about life in Germany since the program’s suspension in March. Although Moore Haus is empty, Daugherty and the Heidelberg staff and faculty prepare for and look forward to students’ return in the future.
Students respond to their time abroad being cut short.
Photos Courtesy of Ron Hall Two recent Seaver College graduates have been awarded Fulbright Scholarships. Danielle Claypool (’16) and Lauren Haberstock (’16) will use their Fulbright awards to teach internationally in the fall as English Teaching Assistants (ETA). Claypool, who who just received her bachelor’s degree in English Literature, will teach in Turkey as an […]
Tension rises over immigration policy in wake of Cologne Attacks
Keanu (left) with his family at his dad’s retirement ceremony on the military base in Ansbach, Germany. As a campus, we are well acquainted with international students, but few of us are aware of another breed. This type of peculiar persons includes President Obama, Kobe Bryant, King Jong Un and Cady Heron from Mean Girls. […]
Last Tuesday, Latin American Viners living in the United States invaded my newsfeed with short, six second clips of their lonely soccer celebrations throughout the day. A fellow Costa Rican reached nearly 3,000 likes overnight with a Vine he titled, “I’m in the US,” in which he records himself for the first half of the […]