This past spring, a group of Franklin students experienced performances at one of the most famous opera houses in the world: the Teatro alla Scala in Milan, Italy, and the LAC Lugano Arte e Cultura, in Lugano.

While many economics departments at universities in the United States are rushing to develop courses about quickly developing cryptocurrencies, Franklin University Switzerland took a different route by developing its own cryptocurrency designed for students, by students.

This semester current study abroad psychology student, Alexandra Talarico, ventured to Great Britain for Bloomsbury Britain: Art, Craft, Culture, an Academic Travel course taught by Associate Professor of Literature and Creative Writing, Alexandra Peat, focusing on the literature and history behind members of the Bloomsbury Group.