By ALEX SPENCE
For months, I have been planning my semester abroad. From endless paperwork and signing documents to photo copying everything I own, I thought I was prepared for anything. Guess again. Three weeks ago I landed in Milan and started my four month-long semester here in Italy.
By SUSANNAH CLARK
“Make me look as un-American as possible,” I demanded of my stylist, plopping my Urban Outfitted rear in the salon chair.
The next morning, I would be on a plane to Italy, and the plan was to …
BY SARAH SMITH
Two weeks ago, UMW terminated negotiations to purchase Cicolina, an Italian villa, to facilitate a study abroad program. According to Vice President for Administration and Finance Rick Hurley, the school would not have subsidized the program and …