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I MARIA CELESTE FREY DIETETICS AND NUTRITION RECONQUISTA, ARGENTINA I came to Ole Miss as a tennis player from University in Miami, and the program at Ole Miss is one of the top in the Nation. I wanted to improve my game, and compete in the SEC. What I like about Ole Miss is the campus, the people (especially those who sup- port Ole Miss athletic events), the professors, and the small town. The food was very different at the beginning; I was used to cooking my own food in Miami or eating in Latino restaurants. , NTERNAT|0NAL BUSINESS SAN PEDRO SULA, HONDURAS I came to Ole Miss because I was offered a scholarship. I enjoy my times sitting out in the Grove and, well... let ' s not leave out the tailgating adventures during the fall. The main differ- ence between Ole Miss and my country are the way people act and also their definition of partying. We enjoy a good place to dance and be with friends and family. At Ole Miss, partying refers to " getting plastered " . The Croft Institute has been some- thing Ole Miss should be very proud of. I ' m proud to say that through them, many Ole Miss students have and will continue to learn about various international cultures and realize that there is a world out there besides the States. IRA EUGENE GADDY IV PRE-MED GULFPORT, MISSISSIPPI Of my eight semesters of college, the one I spent in Tilburg, Holland is incomparably the best. I didn ' t learn as much in class and didn ' t see one football game, yet I learned more in six months of European life than years in the States. Study Abroad should be a requirement. You get bombarded for months with an entirely new perspective on life and realize that much of it fits you better than what is offered at home. Having to choose new friends, make travel plans with no influences, and being in a place where no one cares what you do allows you to figure out what kind of life you want to live. I met my fiance ' in Europe. I walked around places I ' d only read about and felt more at home than any other time in my life. Coming back to the States was a culture shock. I decided not to go to medical school and plan to go to writing school next year. I think that if I hadn ' t gotten away from all the people who influence me, I wouldn ' t have made the decision. Studying abroad saved me from a later crisis by helping me figure out who I really am. 42% of eligime international studies Majors made Chancellor ' s Honor Roll International Students StudCy ( A6road r Em
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IGORD. JARAMILLO GRADUATE STUDENT GEOLOGY GEOLOGICAL ENGINEERING ECUADOR, SOUTH AMERICA I would say that I came to Ole Miss in a rather unexpected manner. I was in Ecuador when I assisted in a short course on Geographic Information Systems in August 1997. There is where I met Dr. Greg Easson, my current advisor. I did not know what Ole Miss was back then, but I kept in touch with Dr. Easson and after almost a year, I was traveling to the US. I was finally accepted in Spring 1999 and was ready to start this journey in an American university. There are a lot of things I like about Ole Miss, such as the campus, because it is small enough where almost everybody knows each other. I also like the friendliness that most people demonstrate-a part of southern culture that I have started to appreciate. Ole Miss is different from the campuses in my country because of the size and the number of cars around. I would prefer students riding bikes. The most inter- esting thing was the football season. I saw probably hundreds of people in the stadium cheering for the Ole Miss Rebels. I expect to graduate in May 200 1 . JORGE W.VINUEZA MARKETING INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS QUITO, ECUADOR I chose Ole Miss because I was offered a scholarship as a transfer student. It was somewhat a cultural shock when I came here, even though I lived in Kansas for four years prior to my arrival. Although I do not like small towns, I will take with me many good memories from Oxford. The friendly people, that traditional southern envi- ronment, and the friends that I ' ve made here. Cheerleading is probably the single activity that I had the most fun doing. It is something that I ' ll always remember from college. ere are 448 students i International Program TIFFANY HAMELIN JOURNALISM FRENCH YUBA CITY, CALIFORNIA What can I say about France? From the bountiful dog poop on the streets and the break-your- teeth hard baguettes to the coziness of a sidewalk cafe and " la vie en rose " ... it was quite a trip. I studied in Rennes, a rainy city in northwestern France. I made memorable friends from all over the world, traveled and learned a lot. £3 Student Life
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