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
More purpose. This is what I have been asking for. This is what I have desired during my time in Rome for weeks now. I just keep thinking, “There has got to be more to my time here than taking classes and traveling the continent.” These things are fun, but they are not ultimately fulfilling. … More How One Refugee’s Story Gave Me Purpose
Two weeks ago, my roommates and I spent the weekend exploring Florence and Cinque Terre. We took the train back to Rome late Sunday night and made our way from the train to the bus stop. As we dragged our exhausted bodies out of the train station, I felt an overwhelming sense of comfort … More Home is Where the Calling Is
We’ve got some news you’ll want to hear. Have you been dreaming of going abroad? Has your wanderlust left you staring at maps imagining the journeys you’ll take and the people you’ll meet along the way? Did that week-long mission trip to Central America last summer fuel your passion to love and serve the lost … More There’s Still Time—Don’t Waste It.
I thought I’d take a post to talk about the things I’m glad I packed, things I regret packing, and things I wish I had packed/known when deciding how best to spend my 100 pounds. So, here it goes: Things I’m so glad I brought: these are the things that I never thought I would … More To Bring or Not To Bring to Sevilla? This is the question!