The Destination or the Journey?

tracks in the sand

Study adventures allow students to discover the world – and themselves. 

Read the entire article in the A-Stater.

The Camino de Santiago

The Camino de Santiago, "The Way of St. James," is a pilgrimage route which has carried millions of pilgrims to Santiago de Compostela for over 1,200 years. According to legend, the remains of Christ's apostle St. James the Elder are entombed in this city in northwestern Spain.

Traditionally, peregrinos, as these travelers are known in Spain, came from across Europe seeking spiritual renewal, but today they come from around the world for many reasons, including adventure, friendship, personal challenge, and spiritual insight.

"We are forced into a role of humility. That is pilgrimage. That is true change. That is the Camino:"

New Orleans

No place like NOLA - The ASU Black Student Union visits The Big Easy:


"Finding a happy heart - When traveling to a country such as Nicaragua, you can spend weeks preparing, but you will find it makes little difference. As ready as you feel you are, you're not:"

New York

Art through new eyes - Art, architectural design, cultural foods, and people from all over the world come together in one city:


Nursing students lend a hand: