News and Blogs

Half-Baked Ideas about Sinterned Daub

Dr. Robert Kruger, BCA Xalapa Resident Director and professor on Anthropology at the University of Veracruz, recently had an article published an article in the Journal of Archeaological Method and Theory.

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Pollution in the Amazon

Students witness the effects 30 years of oil drilling has had in the Amazon and how the indigenous people living there are coping with oil-soaked soil and contaminated water.

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BCA Student is Fastest Woman in Spain

Lizzie Styles of Bridgewater College participated in the international "Wings for Life" worldwide race on May 4 in Barcelona and was the first woman to cross the finish line.

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BCA Alumni Awarded Fulbrights

Holly Rittenhouse of Manchester University and Tyler Kunkle of Elizabethtown College join an elite group of Fulbright recipients.

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How to Study Abroad

Tips from BCA to help you start your study abroad journey!

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Where will you be this holiday season?

Year-long study abroad students take advantage of their down-time while abroad.

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Safety over Sensationalism

Did you know that Mexico is four times safer than Washington DC? Check out the facts.

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Street Children and Popular Education

Immediately and directly apply what you have learned in class to an in-field experience at MATRACA, a non-governmental agency working for the human rights of children and adolescents in Mexico.

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BCA Scholarships

Apply today!

Scholarships are available to those qualified applicants with financial need. Deadline for Fall 2013 study abroad is May 20, 2013.

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