Studying Abroad: Our Edinburgh Adventure! The view from my room! Arthur’s Seat, an extinct volcano, is close enough for me to reach by foot in a matter of minutes. Sagehens on the historic New Town tour, led by Tom Barron, our wonderful program director Adam Smith’s grave! Apparently the best Fish and Chips in the UK! Sagehens at the summit! Johnny Huynh, ’14 and Mathematical Economics major, braiding flowers into his buttons while taking a break by the coast The iconic Scottish deep-fried Mars Bar! Sagehens resting after a (very) long day of historical tours! James Kang (’14 and Molecular Biology major,) and Chris Helwig (’14 and History major,) peering off a very tall cliff! Taken specifically for Lorn Foster, Professor of Politics, because of his love of both golf and Scotland! Enthusiasm for a very rigorous climb ahead! Taken on a historic tour of New Town Sagehens enjoying the ruins A church and graveyard at the end of our 2-mile hike on the coast of Fife Admiring St. Andrew’s Castle Alex Lincoln (Biology major,) Miriam Kae (Linguistics major,) Johnny Huynh (Mathematical Economics major,) Jessie Schroeder (Computer Science major,) and Lori Beck (Biology major) in the botanical gardens of New Town! Lindsey Meyer, ’14 and Neuroscience major, and I, moments after our first bites of the deep-fried Mars Bar Preparing to climb Arthur’s Seat Lindsey Meyer, ’14 and Neuroscience major, and I fail to imagine life in the dungeons The entire Pomona group on the Swilcan Bridge at St. Andrew’s Golf Course The view from the second story of a double decker bus! The beautiful Scottish coast Tom Barron, our amazing program director and fearless leader LaMarcus Ford II, ’14 and Biology major, admiring a view of Edinburgh Chris Helwig, ’14 and History major, admires the view of Edinburgh. The Paralympic logo before the Medieval architecture of Old Town! Lindsey Meyer, ’14 and Neuroscience major, enjoying a historic graveyard The Parliament building, famously built 396 million Pounds over budget Castles are not few and far between here, but this structure was built for 17th century women to change before swimming (away from wandering male eyes.) Adam Belzberg, ’14 and Economics and Computer Science double major, posing in New Town Sagehens at the end of a historic walk The entire Pomona group ready for a historical hike off the coast of Fife Lindsey Meyer, ’14 and Neuroscience major, posing in the botanical gardens A pretty find in the botanical gardens!