I think we can all pretty much recognize a Greek tragedy when we see one. The classic three-part play detailing the rise and eventual downfall of the hero. And with that the perilous effects and disastrous consequences that follow.
During my first week here in Greece, Athens has led me to make so many new discoveries about the place and its culture. CYA has done an amazing job in integrating us students with the rich Greek life around us in a short amount of seven days. After taking my camera along and adventuring, here are a list of things I have discovered:
CYA is a not-for-profit educational institution that has been offering semester, academic year, and summer study abroad programs in Greece for over 5 decades. We offer students an academically outstanding program of studies combined with the vibrant experience of day-to-day contact with the people, monuments, and landscape of Greece and the Mediterranean.
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- New Course – The Greek Jews: History, Identity & Memory – CYA Spring ’18 March 20, 2017
- Learning Modern Greek at the Cafè March 20, 2017
- A Greek Gathering: Cooking Spanakoptia and Pastitsio March 16, 2017
- Studying Abroad is Kinetic: CYA Alumna Compares Student Life at Harvard to Study Abroad March 10, 2017
- Inspiring Women – Ismene Phylactopoulou Founder of CYA March 8, 2017
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- If These Walls Could Talk… March 7, 2017