The Least Likely

Written by Veritas Chile student, Alena Ricci. Alena is a student at the University of Pittsburgh studying Spanish & Portuguese. While abroad she wants to learn not only a language but also a culture and way of life. View her other posts at https://thealenaxuan.wordpress.com! “On Fridays, we go to the orphanage and work with the kids there.… More The Least Likely

A Bit of Faith & Spanish Espresso Go a Long Way

Written by our Sevilla Veritas student, Sarah Tibble. Sarah is a Speech-Language Pathology major with a Spanish minor at Grand Valley State University in Grand Rapids, Michigan. She loves going on adventures to explore new places, whether it’s a different state, a new coffee shop in the West Michigan area, or just to try a… More A Bit of Faith & Spanish Espresso Go a Long Way

Alice in Wonderland

 Written by Kiersten Houseman. Read her other posts at    kierstengoestobrazil.wordpress.com!  Kiersten is a senior at the University of Georgia studying International Affairs and  Communications. She can frequently be found doing handstands, talking about Harry  Potter, and/or dancing.   On my first day of pre-school, my mom drove me to school and told me that… More Alice in Wonderland

A Religious Country Doesn’t Always Equal A Practicing People

When I told people that I was going to Spain to study abroad while doing a missions component with Veritas, I received more than a few skeptical and confused looks. I myself had a few hesitations about doing a missions program in Spain. It is not a country you think of when you think of… More A Religious Country Doesn’t Always Equal A Practicing People