Tuesday, November 18, 2014

GDAE Transnational Law Program - Day 2

The Global Dominican Academic Exchange (GDAE) introduces Dominican students to the American style of liberal arts education and encourages dialogue between Dominican students and their Dominican-American counterparts attending these institutions. The program promotes partnership and entrepreneurship initiatives which foster innovation and stimulate Dominican economic development and international understanding.

Students participating in the University of Georgia (UGA) Transnational Law Program in Athens, Georgia (October 19-26, 2014) took turns sending a daily report of their experiences.  To show just how fun the GDAE program is, we are sharing these reports to inspire others to attend! If you are interested in applying, please read more information on our website at: www.globaldominicanacademicexchange.org

Tuesday 21st 

The day began well; we had a wonderful breakfast here at the Holiday Inn Express then went to our classes. We took classes in International Law and Constitutional Law from Professors Diane Marie Amann and Randy Beck, respectively, who are the BEST and MOST INCREDIBLE teachers. 

The day continued to be awesome: we went to the Athens Botanical Garden, which is incredibly beautiful, then we toured the magnificent Athens Museum of Art. Later, we went downtown where, just as we were about to go to dinner, we ran into a Halloween parade on the UGA campus. So, we had a quick dinner then joined the parade.   

At the Halloween parade, we heard and saw many frightening stories which, whether true or not, really scared us. There were lots of people in scary costumes that made us scream.

We ended up having a great day and, in the end, went to a concert of American music. 

From Athens, Georgia

With Love,
DR Crew


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