Acropolis of Athens

The Acropolis of Athens is one of the world’s most recognized historical treasures and is included on the UNESCO World Heritage List. There’s nothing I can tell you about it in this blog post that you don’t already know or can’t find through an authoritative source. What I can do, though, is tell you how I felt … Continue reading

Greece Day Tour: Mycenae, Nafplio, and Epidaurus

Once I met up with the West Texas A&M University study abroad group, I adopted their travel schedule. One day, we took a bus tour to Mycenae and several other locations. We started the morning with pick up at a local hotel, and a couple of hours later we made our first rest stop in Corinth, where we … Continue reading

Supporting Scholastic Media Programs

The fall semester is an exciting time for WTAMU’s journalism program. Students atThe Prairie, the campus news organization, take the reins from those who graduated in the spring. They start charting new directions while adhering to the expectations cultivated by their forebears. A new class of Mass Communication students begins its initial exploration of professional … Continue reading