Fordham University's Camino, 2013

Walking the Camino de Santiago from Leon to Santiago

About Us

Here we are, 13 undergrads, 2 grads, and 2 profs, all from Fordham University, the Jesuit University of New York:
Kirstin Adkison, Suzanne Arnold, Allison Aylward, Alisa Beer, Nicholas Buse, Cristina Diaz, Craig Domeier, Kasey Fausak, Richard Gyug, Bennett Kelly, Mohammad Khan, Tyler Lancaster, Joseph Moreshead, David Myers, Alexander Profaci, Alice Romanelli, and Rachel Welsh.
This is a spring course for the undergrads, but a different sort of course: lots of presenting and writing, but no tests, except how we test ourselves as pilgrims carrying our packs and sharing the experience. We are walking about 200 miles from León along the way to Santiago de Compostela, the resting place for the relics of St. James, one of the great pilgrimage sites of the middle ages, and a modern phenomenon shared by many thousands each year.

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Arriving in Santiago de Compostela

The last day of our caminoJune 7th, 2013
We made it!

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