The Office for International Programs is happy to announce the #10WordsOrLess Photo Contest winners! Study abroad students were asked to share their favorite food, place, or experience photos from their semesters abroad through Instagram using 10 words or less. Emma Hall from the SIT Geneva program won for Best Food Photo, Ellen Berkowitz from Saint Louis Madrid won for Best Place Photo, and Jerome Torossian from the Beijing Center won for Best Experience Photo. Follow us on Instagram @lucstudyabroad!
Emma Hall- SIT Geneva, Switzerland (Global Health and Development Policy)
“Missing majestic cities with magical desserts”
Ellen Berkowitz- Saint Louis University Madrid, Spain (location at Cape Saint Vincent in Portugal)
“I grasp nothing and embrace all the world”
Jerome Torossian- The Beijing Center
“Chinese wedding at the Palace of Heaven”
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