<p>At my school, Lawrence University, we use the word "multi-interested" to describe students who enjoy too many subjects to decide on a single major. Although I finally landed upon an English major coupled with secondary education teacher certification, I cannot think of a better word to describe myself! I have always been curious, and I love to explore topics, whether it is creative writing or mathematics or music or foreign languages. I cannot wait to experience everything Nantes, France, and Europe offer and to share it with you!</p>
Blogs by James Daigler
A Bittersweet (But Mostly Sweet) Conclusion
French protests interfere with trying to get home, but that didn't stop me from having many fond memories of Nantes!
Late Nights and Castle Gardens
No one was quite prepared to do actual schoolwork! Thankfully, there was still some fun mixed in to the end of November!
Better Late than Never (Part One of The Last Half of My Time in Nantes)
I've not been a good blogger, but I want to make it up to you with a stream of stories from my last month and a half in Nantes!
From Canaris to Monasteries, or (October Miscellany)
Bingo! It's everything you've missed from the month of "October"!
Bordeaux My Goodness!
A classy voyage to the southwest of France. Petting goats, sightseeing, and wine galore!
My Cheesy Faux-Pas (and Other French Culture Stories)
It's fun to see differences between French and American culture! Here are some stories, ranging in subject from culinary sins to five-story elephants!
From Boot Camp to Bike Rides
After a week of intensive Nantes orientation, we head to the idyllic île-Aux-Moines for a magical afternoon only Europe could provide!
Some Departing Thoughts Before Nantes
Hi everyone! My name is Jamie Daigler and here's a little about myself and my study abroad experience before leaving for Nantes, France!