Humans of Arcadia
Cliff will serve as an English Teaching Assistant in Seoul throughout the 2017-18 academic year.
In her four years at Arcadia, Isabela discovered the world—and so can you.
Living local over the summer has its benefits—and drawbacks.
A playwriting course opens a whole new world for Dori.
Warning: This is my last post for Because Arcadia and if you can’t tell from the title, it’s kind of sappy and reflective.
"The precision that I need to have in Ceramics will translate really well into working and law."
"Studying abroad gives you a global mindset and makes you think about things in an international context."
"I’m interested in seeing players mature through the process as individuals, not necessarily lacrosse players."
"As long as you guys are happy, that’s all I want."
"Seeing the works of art created by students made me feel like I could create amazing things here."