JEN HANTZ AUSTRIA CORRESPONDENT Dear Homebound Frannies, this is your friendly Franny from far away! In thinking of how to write this column, I realized I am simply writing you all
MICHELLE SAMANO AUSTRIAN CORRESPONDANT Our much-awaited 10-day break has come and gone. Some went to Ireland, others to Greece and some to grand cities well known throughout Europe. But that
JACOB WATSON AUSTRIA CORRESPONDENT I am here, and I am not sure what I expected. I spent about six hours on a plane next to a Spanish “tipo” (who I
JEREMIAH POFF AUSTRIA CORRESPONDENT On Wednesday, March 22, when an Islamic terrorist drove a car through a crowd on the Westminster Bridge, five people were killed and dozens more injured.
JEREMIAH POFF AUSTRIA CORRESPONDENT They warned us this would happen. We’ve been here a month and it’s safe to say that leaving Gaming at the end of the semester is
JEREMIAH POFF AUSTRIA CORRESPONDENT It only took a week and our grand adventure in Europe was marred by the outbreak of disease. Seriously. It’s like the bubonic plague came back
CASSIDY RYDELL AUSTRIA CORRESPONDENT While songs like “Holly Jolly Christmas” are running through America’s head and visions of sugar plums entertain children, Austria offers something quite different. Over here, one might
CASSIDY RYDELL AUSTRIA CORRESPONDENT This past week, we finished the stressful ordeal that is known as midterms. Most of us exerted ourselves to our fullest potential, ending up mentally exhausted.
DANIEL KIM AUSTRIA CORRESPONDENT This Friday my friends and I went on a day trip to Hallstatt in Austria. It took us about four hours to get from Gaming to