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Cultural Aspects of Quebec - Part 2

Cultural Aspects of Quebec – Part 2

The Canadian province of Quebec has a unique cultural identity that makes it one of the premier educational destinations on the planet. From world-class music, theater, and circus arts, to ...

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potato and beer soup Recipe of the Week

Potato and Beer Soup – Recipe of the Week

This week’s recipe takes us to Germany for a hearty, delicious, Potato and Beer Soup. As German cuisine has evolved throughout the years and grown in regional identity and style, ...

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piedmont region italy

Designing Courses that Infuse History, Culture, Food and Travel

This guest post was contributed by Pam Skaar Meier, ACIS Academic Travel Advisor from Minneapolis, Minnesota. To chat with Pam about travel, education, or her 28 years of experience leading ...

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roxanne hunter interview

Teacher Spotlight: Roxannah Hunter – Lancaster, PA

Roxannah Hunter is an English Teacher at Conestoga Valley High School in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. This past June, she traveled abroad with her students for the first time to Ireland and The United ...

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Cultural Aspects of Quebec - Part 1

Cultural Aspects of Quebec – Part 1

The Canadian province of Quebec has a unique cultural identity that makes it one of the premier educational destinations on the planet. From world-class regional cuisine, an immersive language learning ...

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Pappardelle with Porcini and Pistachios Recipe of the Week

Pappardelle with Porcini and Pistachios – Recipe of the Week

This week’s recipe takes us back to Italy, a country known for its pasta! This week’s recipe features Pappardelle, a broad, flat noodle whose name stems from the Italian verb pappare–to ...

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What Do the Olympic Rings Symbolize

What Do the Olympic Rings Symbolize?

The Olympic Rings are one of the most iconic and immediately recognizable symbols in the world. They not only call to attention the international athletic competition but also a sense ...

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the Revitalization of Milan

Peter Jones: The Revitalization of Milan

When most people think of Milan, they think of the Duomo, La Scala, the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, and The Last Supper. These are the “iconic” parts of Milan that ...

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Sudado De Pescado Recipe of the Week

Sudado de Pescado – Recipe of the Week

This week’s recipe takes us back to Peru for Sudado de Pescado or Peruvian Fish Stew. This simple fish stew represents the typical way of preparing fish in Northern Peru. Seafood ...

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a week without luggage

Student Essay: A Week Without Luggage

This guest post was written by ACIS student traveler Carter Norton about his trip to Italy with ACIS: My spring break trip to Italy is one that I will never ...

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