In Buenos Aires, there is never a moment of nothing to do or to see. You can get a taste of the eventful nature of the city in these 2 minutes...

My favorite places in the city I think reflect my attraction to nature and green spaces. There is fun to be had on the popular streets lined with pizzerias and resto-bars,...

Ice Cream is a big deal in Buenos Aires. Maybe because of the warm climate, maybe because of the Italian influence on the cuisine. Regardless of why, ice cream shops are...

Why did I choose Buenos Aires? Let me start with the setting: located in South America, Argentina holds so much more than the city of Buenos Aires. The Andes are to the West,...

My class members applauding the end of the Orquesta Típica performance.

All of my classes here in Buenos Aires have some sort of global or local aspect: International Marketing, Culture & Civilization of Argentina, Communication and Global Competence, History of the Argentine...

  For those who love their snow sports, you can catch some fresh pow in the Fall semester until late September (Argentina’s spring ski season). Las Leñas is one of South...

Barrio Chino Street

After flying from Vermont to New Jersey to Atlanta before finally arriving in Buenos Aires, I was exhausted and nervous about arriving in a new country. My stomach had been in...

Matias is a CEA Student and Academic Advisor in Buenos Aires. He was born there and holds an undergraduate degrees in Political Science and Political Science Teaching, along with a Ph.D in Social...

Many neighborhoods in Buenos Aires have much to see and enjoy! I spent one afternoon walking around Palermo SoHo! This area of the neighborhood is full of fancy shops, cute cafes,...

We began our day bright and early with a ferry ride from Buenos Aires to Colonia, Uruguay. It only took about an hour ride and the ferry was not like I...