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The tour guide wouldn’t let me go on stage to put on a one-man show of the musical “Evita,” so this picture will have to do! What a beautiful theatre in the heart of Buenos Aires, said to have one of the best acoustics in the world. Oh, and some of the most beautiful lighting fixtures I’ve ever seen. One word to sum it up: breathtaking! #SAGLTakeover #NoahTakesSAGL 
Noah Moore (@noamor18)
📸 Buenos Aires, Argentina
📍 SOL Education Abroad in Argentina, Winter 2019
¡Hola! This week we have Noah Moore riding in all the way from Buenos Aires for an Insta takeover! Noah is a Spanish, Arabic, AND Public Relations major involved with SGA, Sigma Phi Epsilon, and the Office of Admissions. He also founded the Modern Language Ambassadors here at WKU! Wow! Saddle up, this takeover is about to be muy interesante! 
Noah Moore (@noamor18)
📸 Buenos Aires, Argentina
📍 SOL Education Abroad in Argentina, Winter 2019
Our New Year’s Resolution is to visit a MALTAtude of countries ✈️
Rebekah Alvey (@bekah_alvey)
📸 Valletta, Malta
📍 WKU Exchange: Danish School of Media and Journalism, Spring 2018
Looking back on the semester like...
Hannah Morrow (@hannah__christen)
📸 Venice, Italy
📍 WKU Faculty Led: Italy: Music and the Arts in Florence, Summer 2017
Greece is the time. Is the place. Is the motion.
Katie Smith (@katiie_smithh)
📸 Santorini, Greece
📍 Harlaxton College, Spring 2018
Say (swiss) cheese!!
Anna Bowlds (@annabowlds)
📸 Interlaken, Switzerland
📍 Harlaxton College, Spring 2017
Wishing everyone a safe and happy winter break! ❄️
Janae Wellum (@jekwellum)
📸 Rome, Italy
📍 Harlaxton College, Spring 2017
Say hello to our final graduating SAGL Student Representative, Carroll! A true Star Trek fanatic (she wants to be Captain Janeway) and calligraphy practicer, she has studied abroad three times! First, in Spain during the summer of 2015; next, in Austria during the summer of 2017; and lastly, in Ireland during the summer of 2018. What a world traveler! She loves adventures and hopes to work at a public relations or advertising agency in a city! We wish Carroll the absolute best as she achieves her big city dreams! 
Carroll Sandman (@treblemaker1103)
📸 Bezau, Austria
📍 KIIS Austria, Summer 2017
Our next graduating SAGL Student Representative, Chris Riehl, studied abroad in the Czech Republic on a faculty led program in 2016 in addition to studying at Harlaxton College in Spring 2018. After graduation, Chris is looking forward to a relaxing gap semester before attending grad school next fall. His dream is to work for the United States government as an analyst. We want to wish this soccer fanatic best of luck on achieving his GOALLLSSS!
Chris Riehl (@chris_riehl)
📸 Prague, Czech Republic
📍 WKU Faculty Led: Czech Republic & Central Europe, Summer 2016
Meet Lauren. She studied abroad in Spring 2016 with CISabroad in Dublin and has been a SAGL Student Representative for the past 2.5 years! Her favorite part about being in the Rep program? “I love the people, of course! ... getting to talk to students that have never considered studying abroad and helping them realize they can do it!” After graduation, Lauren is off to do BIG things. And by big, we mean starting her third internship with NASA! Houston, we have a problem. We don’t want Lauren to leave!
Lauren Wagner (@lauren_wags_)
📸 Howth, Ireland
📍 CISabroad Semester In Dublin, Spring 2016
This week we’ll be recognizing our graduating SAGL Student Representatives! Starting off with a senior who has a lot to be proud of; from self-publishing an illustrated tale that she wrote to working on research, Emilie Gill has studied abroad in New Zealand, Austria, and Ireland (TWICE)! She’s an Art History & Visual Studies double major with a minor in Geography. Did we mention she’s also being honored as the Ogden Foundation Scholar? Wow! After graduation she plans to go to graduate school for illustration, continue expanding her illustration portfolio, and learn how to play the banjo. With her humble spirit, hilarious wit, and unmatched personality, there’s nothing she can’t accomplish. Good luck, Emilie!
Congrats to our new SAGL Student Representative, Bianca Soma! Bianca studied abroad in the Czech Republic and Central Europe in the Summer of 2017. While abroad, Bianca spent some time in Budapest with her new friends relaxing in the famous baths. Getting back to school was a bit more difficult then they thought, though. “We got to the train station only to find out we were at the wrong one. Some very kind locals helped us and we had to purchase another train ticket to Berlin and backtrack. We ended up getting two trains and a taxi, and made it back just a few hours before we had to be up and ready for the day’s activities.”
Bianca Soma (@bsoma17)
📸 Olomouc, Czech Republic
📍 WKU Faculty Led: Czech Republic & Central Europe, Summer 2017