Shift Your Perspective

There’s no better way to gain perspective on the world around us than to encounter it. Can’t hop on a plane at the moment? We’ve compiled stories and related media about Georgian Court students’ travels so you can learn and live vicariously through their adventurous spirits. Click here to go to the GCU Study Abroad Blog.

  • Wales: Thatcher and the Coal Miners
    by dginchereau on October 24, 2018 at 9:10 pm

    From October 13-14th, I traveled to Wales where I explored many historical sites such as Tintern Abbey, Caerphilly Castle, and one of the last Welsh coal mines. I was part of a tour that was able to descend about ninety meters underground into the mines. We had to wear a helmet with a light on the … Continue reading "Wales: Thatcher and the Coal Miners" […]

  • Greetings & Tips from London
    by scook on October 24, 2018 at 7:34 pm

    Greetings from across the pond!! My name is Sarah Cook and I am studying abroad in London at St. Mary’s University this semester with one of my best friends, Danny Ginchereau! Time has absolutely flown by — I can’t believe that we are a little more than half way done with the semester here. The … Continue reading "Greetings & Tips from London" […]

  • Holistic Health takes on Ireland 🍀
    by Stephanie Gachette on June 12, 2018 at 5:37 pm

    Hello everyone 👋🏾 ! Here are some pictures of our awesome group at various locations in Ireland either toning, meditating or having a great time. It’s an amazing feeling to travel with such a great group of people! […]

  • Pleasant Surprise 💚
    by Stephanie Gachette on June 12, 2018 at 5:26 pm

    We were surprised with an awesome and calming horse ride to Ross Castle in Killarney. Soon after a boat ride to a sacred island called Innisfallen Island. This was an island of peace and seclusion. We spent a great amount of time toning and meditation here . We even got a chance to write in … Continue reading "Pleasant Surprise 💚" […]

  • Reflections of Germany
    by cmarcucci on June 10, 2018 at 2:49 pm

    “After my first trip to Germany, I feel much more enlightened about the country. We visited two major cities, Munich & Berlin, and I’m grateful we spent enough time in each to truly appreciate their rich cultures and histories, as well as the differences between the two. Berlin has deep rooted WWII connections that are … Continue reading "Reflections of Germany" […]

  • Headed home!
    by cmarcucci on June 9, 2018 at 3:10 pm

    Sunday morning we were all packed and ready to go to catch our flight back home! But our flight “unfortunately” got cancelled, so we stayed in Berlin for just one more day! After a stressful morning, we finally got settled into a hotel and we were able to relax the rest of the day, with … Continue reading "Headed home!" […]

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