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Photo Essays

  • Capturing the Essence of Lisbon through Art

    Lisbon has a long tradition of ceramic arts derived from multiple cultural roots.  Prof. Anne Simpkins brought her mixed media art class to the Jerónimos Monastery in Lisbon, built in […]

  • Student Photo Gallery: Ireland

    Ireland is known as the Emerald Isle for a good reason: hardly anywhere that SAS Fall 2013 voyagers traveled to was missing rolling green hills. Ireland is the third largest island […]

  • Ireland's Gaelic Games

    Gaelic games are the most popular sporting events in Ireland and consist of three main sports: hurling, Gaelic football, and handball. Hurling is the oldest stick and ball game in […]

  • Student Photo Gallery: Germany, France, Belgium

    Fall 2013 Semester at Sea students are exploring Europe in a whirlwind while simultaneously capturing each culture through their own experiences and photos. Ranging in experiences both urban and rural, […]

  • Semester at Sea Visits Peace Village International

    Semester at Sea participants spent part of a day at a remarkable camp in Oberhausen, Germany. Friedensdorf, or Peace Village in English, provides medical help to children from all over the world […]

  • Berlin Graffiti Workshop

    SAS Fall 2013 voyagers explored the graffiti culture and history of Berlin with an intimate two-day tour led by local street artists. Berlin’s urban art movement started in the ‘70s […]

  • Day in the Life of a Gozo Shepherd

    The population of the tiny nation of Malta live predominantly on two islands – Malta, the larger, more developed island, and her rural sister island of Gozo. Life in Gozo […]

  • Visiting Cinecittà: Europe's Largest and Longest-Operating Film Studio

    Cinecittà is the largest and longest-operating film studio in Europe. Home to classic movies like La Dolce Vita and The Godfather III, Cinecittà also played host to some of the most […]

  • Student Photo Gallery: Greece

    From the white-washed houses of Santorini to the briny fish markets of Piraeus, Greece is a country that will overwhelm, and delight, your senses. With its storied past inextricably linked […]

  • Exploring the Ruins of Aspendos & Perge

    With some structures dating back as far as 1000 BC, the ruins of Perge and Aspendos are two of the most ancient sites nestled along the coast near Antalya. And, […]

  • Summer 2013 Sea Olympics

    On June 30th, Semester at Sea students, faculty, staff, Life Long Learners, and ship kids engaged in the thrice-annual Sea Olympics. Competitors battled each other in challenges ranging from Dodgeball […]

  • In Business Class, Toys as a Means of Teaching

    It's a beautiful afternoon on board the MV Explorer and Professor Tim Laseter's students are busy playing with Legos. It's not what you think – the Legos are a teaching […]

  • Embarkation Day – Summer 2013

    The Summer 2013 Voyage began on June 17th, filled with excitement and anticipation. Over the next two months, students will visit 13 cities in 10 countries aboard the MV Explorer. Embarkation, […]

  • Exploring Religion in Morocco

    Students in Professor Joe Laycock’s Religions of the World class had a unique opportunity while in Morocco to explore and compare the three Abrahamic religions (Islam, Christianity, and Judaism). During […]

  • Kids Drawings from the Spring 2013 Voyage

    What has this ’round-the-world adventure been like for our youngest voyagers? A few of the children who have been part of our Spring 2013 family share their memories and perspectives […]

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