The ground slopes up and down

Memorials and Memory

By Elon Clarke Day after day on this trip, the other students…
One of the remaining German inscriptions on a building in Wroclaw

The Lack of Discourse between Monuments and People

By: Kara McGrane In most cases, a memorial is erected to commemorate…
One of, and in my opinion one of the most moving, exhibits in the museum that had individual stories and letters from victims, or relatives, of the Holocaust

Stalin and Hitler as Statisticians

By: Megan Newell While walking the grounds of Auschwitz-Birkenau,…
Roma 10

“Colossal Cement”

By: Madeline Diorio Three months after walking around foreign…
A view of the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe

The Holocaust Memorial: An Individually Unique Experience

By: Samantha Avalos During my process of reflection on my…
A view of Wroclaw’s Centennial Hall

Contemplation of Themes Concerning Identities

By: Kevin Kuzniczci Throughout the semester abroad in Central…
An example of an artistic political warning from the East Side Gallery

Reflections on the Remains of the Wall

By Kelsey Klimara and Samantha Avalos While reflecting and…

The Weight of Memory

By: Katelyn Olsen In a situation as tragic and unmatched as…
Sunset on the stelae at the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe

“Memories are built as a city is built.” - Umberto Eco

By: Tory Russo ...Or rebuilt. In Berlin - a city physically…
Roma 10

The Roma and Sinti Memorial

Tucked away, hidden, unimposing, quaint; these are words that…