This article from The Forum was written by Merri Sue Holtan, an MSUM adjunct communications studies professor. By: Merrie Sue […]
A lecture on “Honoring the Legacies of the Centennial of Mexico’s Revolution through a Focus on the Role of Las […]
Would you like to study someplace exciting and exotic this summer, but don’t want to fly halfway around the world to do it? Then don’t miss out on studying abroad with MSUM in Guanajuato, Mexico! Guanajuato is a charming, colonial city situated in the highlands of Mexico’s heartland. The city’s vibrant colors and captivating architecture give it an enchanting and fairytale-like appearance.You will see many 19th, 18th, 17th and even 16th century buildings virtually untouched by modern construction which give the city a distinct European and Spanish colonial flair. Not to mention, its intricate system of underground tunnels once helped divert the flooding of the Río Guanajuato. These tunnels now serve as the principal roadways within the city! Click headline to read more.