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December 27, 2019

Las Mascaradas in Costa Rica are quite a celebration!

October 31th is Halloween in the United States, and Costa Rica has its way to celebrate it. Since 1996, Costa Rican government declared October 31st, National Mascaradas’ Day… But what are mascaradas?


#COSTA RICA #SPANISH
September 25, 2019

Carbon neutrality…the way to go

What does carbon neutrality really mean in a country like Costa Rica? Read about it here!


#HUMAN RIGHTS #SPANISH
November 25, 2018

Dialogues that legitimize violence against women: Part 1

In the framework of the 25th of November, in which we demand the cessation of violence against women, ICADS speaker Kattia Castro proposes in this article to give evidence toward the prevalence of significantly pernicious imaginaries related to the normalization of violence, which impedes it being unmasked and transformed.


#CULTURE #NEWS #COSTA RICA
December 23, 2019

Why don’t we celebrate Columbus Day?

October 12 °. It is not a date to celebrate, but to reflect....Why??


#STUDY ABROAD #COSTA RICA #CULTURE #ICADS ACADEMIC #NEWS
June 25, 2018

Great reasons to learn Spanish in Costa Rica

Gaby García, our Spanish coordinator, shares with us 10 reasons why you should come to Cost Rica and learn this amazing language here!


#CULTURE #ICADS ACADEMIC #COSTA RICA #SPANISH #STUDY ABROAD
December 21, 2019

My First Days in Costa Rica: Marie MacDonald’s Experience

Marie MacDonald made her internship at ICADS and she shares her experience here!


#INTERNSHIP #COSTA RICA #CULTURE #STUDY ABROAD
December 23, 2019

Expanding empathy towards biodiversity: My trip to Paraguay

Field Program professor David Norman worked and lived in Paraguay in the 90's. Last July he went back and he shares his experience here!


#CULTURE #SPANISH
November 25, 2018

Dialogues that legitimize violence against women: Part 2

In the framework of the 25th of November, in which we demand the cessation of violence against women, ICADS speaker Kattia Castro proposes in this article to give evidence toward the prevalence of significantly pernicious imaginaries related to the normalization of violence, which impedes it being unmasked and transformed.


#HUMAN RIGHTS #SPANISH
July 24, 2019

What An Internship Is Not

What does doing an internship really mean? Find it out here!


#HUMAN RIGHTS #COSTA RICA #CULTURE #ICADS ACADEMIC #INTERNSHIP #STUDY ABROAD #NEWS