A Year in Seville: Leah

This post comes to us from student blogger in Seville, Leah Sharaby. Leah is a linguistics major from Western Washington University. She was in Seville for the academic year and captured one second each day from the whole year abroad. The video below is a compilation of those little moments:

Traveling Abroad Tips: Hostels

This post is from official student blogger, Leah Sharaby. Leah is a Junior Linguistics Major and Spanish Minor studying in Seville, Spain from Western Washington University. For many, studying abroad is not only a great opportunity to experience their host city and country, but also to explore other countries and cities! One of the biggest debates I’ve […]

Studying at the Universidad de Sevilla

This post is from official student blogger, Leah Sharaby. Leah is a Junior Linguistics Major and Spanish Minor studying in Seville, Spain from Western Washington University. One of my professors once likened the Universidad de Sevilla building to Hogwarts, in that it’s even bigger than it looks, and is incredibly easy to get lost inside of. I’ve […]

Flamenco, Flamenco, Flamenco!

This post is from official student blogger, Leah Sharaby. Leah is a Junior Linguistics Major and Spanish Minor studying in Seville, Spain from Western Washington University. While of course flamenco is somewhat well-known as being something quite traditionally Spanish, it’s definitely a bit more common than I would have expected before studying abroad here! Flamenco is definitely […]

Cooking in Sevilla

This post is from official student blogger, Leah Sharaby. Leah is a Junior Linguistics Major and Spanish Minor studying in Seville, Spain  from Western Washington University. Whether you live in a host family or a residencia in Sevilla, mealtimes are a great opportunity to get to know the family, speak Spanish, and try new things! Be prepared […]

First Days in Spain

This post is from official student blogger, Leah Sharaby. Leah is a Junior Linguistics Major and Spanish Minor studying in Seville, Spain  from Western Washington University. One of the things that drew me to API was the abundance of included trips, excursions, and activities…  and the first week of the program was no exception! Upon our arrival in […]

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