Category: Spain

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How I Stopped Stereotyping the Spanish

Daniel Dawson is a student at the University of North Carolina Wilmington and an ISA Featured Blogger. Daniel studied abroad with ISA in Salamanca, Spain. “Sorry if you can’t hear me. There’s a bunch of Spanish people nearby talking so loudly.” “Don’t say that. They aren’t Spanish people—they’re people.” In that moment I […]

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The Essential Sevilla Playlist

Anthony Palmiscno is a student at Seton Hill University and an ISA Featured Blogger. Anthony studied abroad with ISA in Sevilla, Spain. Studying abroad in and of itself is amazing, but one thing that makes this time overseas even better is an amazing playlist. A single song has the power to […]

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Holy Week in Sevilla: Discovering Semana Santa

Maggie Reade is a student at the University of South Carolina and an ISA Photo Blogger. She studied abroad with ISA in Sevilla, Spain. Although Semana Santa is observed throughout Spain, no celebrations compare to the processions that take over Sevilla for the week leading up to Easter Sunday. Thousands of […]

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7 Things to Learn from the Catalans in Barcelona

Megan Kelly is a student at Arizona State University and an ISA Featured Blogger. She studied abroad with ISA in Barcelona, Spain. 1. Their Language People from the Catalonia region of Spain are proud of their language and culture; you will notice their flag hanging from most balcony buildings, and see and […]

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5 Things Americans Need to Adopt From Spaniards

Allaina Kling is a student at the University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg and an ISA Featured Blogger. She studied abroad with ISA in Barcelona, Spain. 1. SLOW DOWN Spaniards being lazy is a very prevalent stereotype. However, what some people see as laziness I see as enjoyment. Unlike Americans who are constantly trying to […]

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