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Sampling of capstone projects

Your Impact: SYA Capstone

This year, capstone projects ranged from interviewing cloistered nuns and religion professors in Zaragoza about why young women become nuns to creating a video showcasing how immigrants in Viterbo integrate into the local culture to studying the process of cheesemaking in Rennes and then actually producing cheese. There were countless exceptional projects and we are proud of our students for the ways in which they relied upon and engaged with the local resources available to them.

LEARN more about the capstone project.

 

News Highlights

Soledad GutiƩrrez

FAST FIVE WITH FACULTY: 
Soledad Gutiérrez

 "Art is a reflection of human aspects that go far beyond the plastic or aesthetic. It tells us a lot about a historical moment or a certain vital state or attitude. It has provided me with tools to better understand the world and to understand myself better as a person. In addition, it has opened the doors to a passion for me and, I think, having a passion in life is a privilege."

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SYA Italy 20th

Highlights from SYA Italy's 20th Anniversary Celebration

The year was 1998 when the Board of Trustees authorized preliminary site and market research for a campus in Italy. Viterbo was selected as the host city and the iconic green doors were opened for the 2001–2002 school year.

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School Year Abroad Stories

Ha Sido un Placer

In her final blog, Camus Reporter Meredith M. reflects on the letter she wrote to herself at the beginning of her year abroad.

The Revolving Door

In her final blog, Campus reporter Isabelle M. describes her year abroad in France as a revolving door.

Time Travel

Melinda D. reflects on her final weeks abroad and how she and her peers have changed at SYA Spain.

Arrivederci Roma

Campus reporter Camila F. writes about saying goodbye to Rome and shares the music that defined her year abroad.

Featured Recent Event: 
Venture Capital and Impact Investing

Featuring Jamie Broderick FR'71, former trustee, and Ansley Carlisle CN'13, this 30-minute segment will give you an inside look into career paths that led Jamie and Ansley to their current roles.

View all recordings of faculty-led classes and alumni panels by visiting our YouTube channel.