Blog: Whitacre ’14 to Explore Ancient Civilizations in Athens and Rome

August 13th, 2012 by 


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NAME Megan Whitacre ’14

HOMETOWN Cincinnati

AREAS OF STUDY Classics

WHERE SHE’S STUDYING Athens (fall) and Rome (spring)

WHY SHE CHOSE ATHENS AND ROME “I cannot think of any better way to immerse myself in culture and gain hands-on experience in the classics.”

WHAT SHE’S MOST LOOKING FORWARD TO “Learning new languages, trying great food, and walking in the footsteps of those ancient peoples I have been studying for so long!”

WHY SHE’S BLOGGING “I’ve been blogging about my adventures on the East Coast since my first year here, and it is no secret that I am deeply in love with Holy Cross. Now my adventures are about to get a whole lot bigger, and I’d like to keep sharing them with you!”

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