The Latest from Chile

Nov 12 7:59am
Santiago

Curfews

by Danika

Billy Pilgrim became unstuck in time several times. 

My experience of October 20th-24th was limited to two rectangles: the T.V. and the window to the right of my bed. 

Oct 16 10:30am
Santiago

A Passion for Education: Thoughts on Global Citizenship with Yesenia Ayala

by IES Abroad

Yesenia Ayala (IES Abroad Santiago, Spring 2017 | Grinnell College) has a heart for students.Yesenia's commitment to supporting the education of others and learning about the world herself along the way made her more than deserving of our 2017 Global Citizen of the Year award. We caught up with Yesenia a couple years later to hear how her work in a Chilean classroom evolved into policy work on Capitol Hill in D.C.

Sep 28 3:11pm
Santiago

Pucón and the Pequod

by Danika

A note on the sketches: sorry for the white balance on the scans. Life is imperfect and fleeting. 

Sep 1 4:47pm
Santiago

Art and Allegory and I Love Alliterations

by Danika

In this essay I will explain how J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series has become a structural crutch within the allegorical storytelling of contemporary bloggers. 

Aug 27 9:47am

Best of 2019: Check Out 15 Featured IES Summer Internships

by IES Abroad

Have you wondered what you’d actually be doing while you intern in the summer? Because internship placements are based on your unique interests, everyone’s internship experience is one of a kind. With that in mind, here’s what a number of IES interns who worked around the world this summer did.