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Happy Travel Thursday!

Happy Travel Thursday!

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Happy #TravelTuesday! Art is hitting the books extra hard this week before leaving to Greece for ten days! Stay tuned for more to come from Greece!

Caption/Photo: Paulina Martin ‘17, @University of Dallas Career Development Photographer

Hire at University of Dallas!

Hire at University of Dallas!

Class of 2015 - locations

Continuing our ‪#‎hireatudallas series.‬ The Class of 2015 is employed across the United States as well as internationally! The Top 3 locations are: Texas, Washington D.C. and California. Stay Tuned for more information on the Class of 2015 from University of Dallas Office of Personal Career Development at the University of Dallas

Ciao from Sicily!

Ciao from Sicily!

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This week Art wanted to check out life in Southern Italy and spent a day in Palermo Sicily! After buying a few cannoli at a local pasticceria, he spent the afternoon at the Villa Giulia near the beach! Art loved all of the orange trees and the Roman Structures that decorate the park.

Caption/Photo: Charlie Sigur ‘18, University of Dallas Career Development Student Assistant

Art in Ostia!

Art in Ostia!

Art Ostia
Art decided to explore the original streets of the Roman town Ostia. Located at the point where the Tiber flows into the Mediterranean, Ostia was Rome’s great seaport throughout antiquity. Often called Ostia Antica, this vast archaeological site contains many well-preserved private homes as well as many examples of ancient civic and religious buildings. Art decided to spend the afternoon like any good Roman… at the Amphitheater!

Caption/Photo: Charlie Sigur‘18, University of Dallas Career Development Student Assistant in Ostia Antica.

Happy Groundhog Day!

Happy Groundhog Day!

Art Rome Abbey

Happy #GroundhogDay and #TravelTuesday University of Dallas!

Art spent a calm outside of Rome at the Abbazia delle Tre Fontane (Abbey of the Three Fountains). The abbey gets its name from a legend about St. Paul’s martyrdom during Nero’s reign. According to the legend, when Paul was beheaded, His head hit the earth in three different places, causing three fountains to spring forth.

Art enjoyed seeing the mosaics inside of the chiesa di Santa Maria Scala Coeli (the outside pictured in the background).

Caption/Photo: Charlie Sigur ‘18, University of Dallas Career Development Student Assistant

Bonjour Paris!

Bonjour Paris!

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Hope everyone at the University of Dallas had a great ‪#‎groundhog2016‬. During Groundhog weekend, Art endured cold rain and powerful winds to snap a shot in front of the Eiffel Tower, which was completed in 1889 and remained the tallest in the world until 1930! Happy Groundhog! ‪#‎groundhogadventures‬ UD Rome and Summer Programs

Caption/Photo: Paulina Martin ‘17, @University of Dallas Career Development Photographer

Greetings from Italy!

Greetings from Italy!

Piazza Novona

While wandering around Rome, Art stumbled upon Piazza Novona and had a chance to gaze upon the Baroque style paintings inside the church of St. Agnes in Agony (shown on the left). This church contains an altar upon which the skull of Early Christian St. Agnes is displayed.

Caption/Photo: Paulina Martin ‘17, @University of Dallas Career Development Photographer