“It’s pretty hard for me to be here without my family so I figured I would find something to represent them,” said Fonseca, who plays for the men’s soccer team at Belmont. Fonseca has moved from country to country over the past four years and has had little chance to see his family in that time. The ink he sports on the upper half of his left arm features a lion, a lioness and their cub, with a tree looming in the background to represent the family as a whole. “I see my dad
With the new year, our in-house Brazilian decided it was time to turn the tables. This month Karoline patrols the campus and quizzes you Americans about Brazil. SPOILER ALERT: You guys didn’t do so hot. Outside In is a monthly video series that explores American and Southern culture through the eyes of Brazilian transfer Karoline Ihns with the help of a guide/videographer. Have suggestions on where we should send Karoline next? Email them to email@example.com. #Brazil
Outside In is back this week for more adventures in southern culture. With falling leaves and chunky sweaters, we decided it was time to teach our Brazilian transfer, Karoline Ihns, how to make caramel apples and carve a pumpkin. Outside In is a monthly video series that showcases elements of southern culture through the eyes of Ihns.
Have an idea of where we should take Ihns next, send it to firstname.lastname@example.org. #OutsideIn #pumpkincarving #caramelapples #Brazil #Brazil
Karoline Ihns is Brazilian transfer student looking to explore American culture, particularly Southern culture. Armed with only a videographer/guide, Ihns will dive into typical events for an atypical experience. In this month’s episode, Ihns headed to Murfreesboro to see a true Southern tradition – Friday night high school football. If you have any suggestions on where Ihns should go next, email them to email@example.com. #Brazil #KarolineIhnsvlog #OutsideIn #Riverdal