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Postcards from Prato

Anelia Marston

March 9, 2016

Ciao! Last weekend, we took another break from traveling, and, instead, just hung out in Prato, and by hung out, I mean we recuperated from our previous weeks of travel. The past week has been constant studying, as it was midterm week for us here in Italy. To take a break from studying, our Italian...

Postcards from Prato

Anelia Marston

March 2, 2016

Letters to Juliet Ciao! After our weekend in Prato, Deanna, Iyana, and I brought our adventures elsewhere in Italy. Our first stop for the weekend was Venice, Italy. They were not joking when they said the city was all water. Pedestrian walkways are alleyways and streets are canals. People don’t d...

Postcards from Prato

Anelia Marston

February 17, 2016

After a long few weekends of traveling, we decided to take this past weekend off and actually participate more heavily in the study part of study abroad. But that still didn’t prevent us from exploring all that Prato has to offer. On Friday, we attempted to work the public bus system in hopes to arrive...

Postcards from Prato

Anelia Marston

January 27, 2016

My name is Anelia Marston and I’m a first semester junior studying abroad in Prato, Italy. I major in Psychology and Global Studies, which is the perfect excuse for studying abroad. I am a sister of Alpha Sigma Alpha, a twirler for the UNH Marching Band, and a member of A-Team. I have been in Italy for a...

Goodbye from Prato, Italy

Takeisha Sinclair

December 9, 2015

What a bittersweet feeling it is to know that this is our last week here in Prato, Italy. It definitely does not feel like it has been three months that we have been here because of how fast time flies. It has been an amazing and insightful experience that neither myself nor any of the students will...

Postcards from Prato

Ashley Arminio

October 22, 2014

A Taste Of Tuscany This weekend a couple of friends and I took a trip through Bus 2 Alps for a day of wine tasting in Tuscany, Italy! Our first stop was Montalcino whom boasts some of the world’s most exquisite grapes. We were given a tour of the factory and wine barrels while given a histo...

UNH Opens Satellite Campus in Prato, Italy

Elizabeth Field

August 29, 2012

Studying abroad just became a whole lot more accessible for UNH students. The university has opened its first international satellite campus in picturesque Prato, Italy. Prato, which has its roots in the 10th century, is the second largest city in Tuscany and only a 20-minute train ride from Florence. UNH...

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