People watching on terraces, bustling servers in long, white tabliers, the chatter of patrons sipping foamy café crème…Parisian cafés have been made famous for the unique ambiance that they continue to...

UCSD’s Jazz in Paris students all over the City of Light!

It was a beautiful sunny day in the city, so CEA Paris staff, clearly inspired by the moment, took a stroll down to Notre Dame and couldn’t help but burst into...

Spring semester 2012 is an interesting time to be studying abroad in France! With the French presidential campaign in full force, candidates are taking every opportunity to present their ideas on...

The Parisians have shed their winter coats in shades of gray and can now been seen chatting over a citronnade on the many terrasses de la ville! Bikers zip around on their...

Some of the darker, but still fascinating, attractions of Paris are the numerous cemeteries that are scattered around the city.  From the fabled grave of Jim Morrison to the anonymous French...

Disclaimer: This walking tour is only scratches the surface of Paris.  In no way should the reader consider this tour to be comprehensive. The Bastille monument, right between the 11th and...

The students in Christopher Edwards’ Communication and Global Competence class arrived at 9:15, as usual, ready for a discussion about history and intercultural communication. Little did they know that French students...

Today I woke up craving something hot, sweet, and preferably with whipped cream (chantilly, to be precise). Out my window, all I could see was gray sky, wind, and that light...

Before taking the Fashion Marketing & Merchandising class at CEA in Florence, I’d never considered all the work that goes into making a piece of clothing.  While I have noticed direct...