University of Notre Dame - Dome Yearbook (Notre Dame, IN)

 - Class of 1968

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Above, Notre Dame students in Angers, France, in a basketball game with students from Bordeau and celebrating their victory afterward in Angers ' City Hall. Opposite, above, the members of the Angers Foreign Studies group (in alphabetical order) are: Sergio Baeza, Richard Barber, Warren Bowles, Lawrence Brisson, Donald Buckley, Michael Byrnes, Robert Colson, James Crowe, Daniel Dillon, Thomas Edman, John Fonseca, Patrick Kealy, Thomas Kronk, John Lyons, James McConn, Hugh McKenna, David Mikelonis, Stephen Mysliwiec, Clement Nilan, Daniel Oberst, Thomas O ' Connell, William Patrick, Robert Petrie, Robert Schmuhl, Kevin Smith, David Testone, Trujillo Andres, Thomas Ward, Gregory Wood, Carolyn Bayer, Marybeth Bradfish, Judith Courtney, Lynne Hauck, SuAnn Malone, Dorothy Strieber, and Christine Turkal. Students look to sports, travel, folkdancing, and a Marxist-Leninist Party meeting for their most important foreign contacts. is genuine and are academically capable of partici- pating in the programs. Students must pass a rigor- ous and comprehensive course in the language, at- tend many extracurricular meetings, maintain a high cumulative average, and be in good health. The courses the sophomores take at the foreign universities are similar to those they would be tak- ing at Notre Dame, except that they are taught in the native language. While the curriculum varies from time to time, it generally consists of history, literature, theology, philosophy, international law, and a social science. Many of the students who study abroad report that the non-academic activities are really the most beneficial. Brian Wilson, currently at Innsbruck, attends classes in fencing and folk dancing. " The outside activities are the best way to make contact with the Austrians, particularly those of our age. " Five students attended a meeting of the Marxist- Leninist Party of Austria. After listening to con- tinuous verbal condemnations of the United States, a few, to their later surprise, rose in defense of our policies. The meeting resulted in a violent shouting contest and was quickly dispersed to avoid a fight. Those who have studied abroad for a year feel the academic schedule is particularly good in its allowing extra time for free excursions by the stu- dents. A number of lengthy vacations are periodi- cally spaced during the year to permit extensive travel throughout Europe. During the month-long Christmas vacation this year, Charles Bradley and Marty Donlon toured Florence, Rome, the Vatican, Pisa, Naples, and Athens and were able to attend the Pope ' s Mass and hear his message on Christmas Day. Some students were able to travel through the Balkans and into Western Turkey. On the return trip they were involved in a minor automobile acci- dent in Yugoslavia. " Getting out of that one made a speeding ticket in a hick town seem like kinder- garten, " remarked John Higgins. Still other students spent the entire vacation skiing on the slopes of Austria and Switzerland. The popularity of the Sophomore Year Abroad program is testimony to its importance and worth. With the proposed expansion of the program in the near future, more students will be able to partici- pate and experience life in a different culture. As in many of the other outstanding programs in the uni- versity, the major drawback to the Sophomore Year Abroad program is the small number of students that can participate. 86

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