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From the Blog

Wondering what it's really like to be at The University of Findlay? Follow our bloggers and read—and sometimes listen and watch—their experiences. Real Oilers. Real stories. Real life.

A Hop, Skip, and A Week Away…

That’s it … one more week. I truly can’t believe this Yankee is a mere seven days closer to bidding farewell with beautiful Buenos...

Temple Tempest

As art rotation in the Mazza Museum wound down, I went home to Hawaii for the second half of June. After my brief but...

Uproarious Uehara Weekend

Greetings!

I spent a refreshing, fun and educational weekend during a home stay with the Uehara family. Mr. Uehara works at the Rakuno dairy farm and Mrs....

Rotation Elation

June was a whirlwind of activity at the museum. Why? Rotation. Almost every single piece of art in the museum had to be switched...

Things Yankees Do

So, what is a Yankee to do in Buenos Aires when finals aren’t for a couple of weeks? Well, you grab another Yankee and...

The Early Bird…Learns How to Milk

Hello everyone!

Our next two days started bright and early at the dairy cow milking barn at 5 a.m. It was difficult to crawl out...

Finals and Final Goodbyes — Part One

Well, it’s been a very interesting couple of weeks, and by interesting I mean stressful. Why? One word… finals.

How am I even at the...

From Epidemiology to Etiquette

Konnichiwa! (Hello!)

Our week began in a classroom with the Epidemiology veterinary students. In a nutshell, Epidemiology is the study of diseases, disease distribution and...

An Inside Look

I had no idea what I was getting into with this internship. As a children’s book illustration major, all I knew was that I...

Weekend Escapades

Hello from the other side of the world!

 

My weekend stay with Marina started off at full speed. Marina is a graduate of the Rakuno...

What It Takes To Be The Ultimate Tourist

I’ve been spending a lot of time traveling outside the city of Buenos Aires- truly bonding with nature. Trying to capture penguins (they’re friendlier in...

Embracing Experiences

Hello from Japan again!

During our first week at Rakuno Gakuen University, we started at the small animal veterinary clinic, where we shadowed veterinarians and vet students...

Pata- What Else Could Go Wrong?- gonia

There are three things I need in this world: the Lord, free food and beaches. However, my last excursion fit none of those things....

Sushi, Sightseeing & Sports
On our first Saturday here, Megan, Maria, Grace and I went to Otaru with our hosts. Otaru is an ocean town known for its...
Hello from Japan!

We survived our 16+ hour flight from the United States to Japan. With only mild turbulence, we overall had an extremely easy and smooth...