Category: Morocco

Morocco: The Spaces of Difference

Madeline Quasebarth is a student at Carnegie Mellon University and an ISA Photo Blogger. She studied abroad with ISA Service Learning in Meknes, Morocco. When you put two widely different colors next to each other one of two things can happen: 1. One color completely dominates the other, somehow subtracting from the beauty of […]

My Moroccan Memories: From A to Z

Michaella Patterson is a student at Bridgewater State University and an ISA Featured Blogger. She studied abroad with ISA in Meknes, Morocco. A: Al-Attarin Medersa is the oldest Islamic religious school, established in 1325 by Abu Siad in Fes. Its intricate detail work consists of beautiful colored tiles, carved cedar wood […]

Morocco: A Marriage Between Old and New

Jordan Erb is a student at Boise State University and an ISA Featured Blogger. She is currently studying abroad with ISA in Meknes, Morocco. The more time passes, the more I am convinced that Moroccans have mastered the unity between ancient and modern cultures. While I spend time bouncing between the Meknes medina (the […]