JWU Student Blogs

A Final Project Abroad

Samantha Riley’s final project in Event Management involves an Irish mixed martial artist, fine dining and the Special Olympics. Studying in Ireland sounds like so much fun!

JWU Culinary: It’s So Worth It

JWU’s College of Culinary Arts is about so much more than learning how to cook. JWU Providence student Ismael Carrizales details the dedication and passion of his chef instructors for making all the hard work worth it.

Topics: Culinary Arts

Cheers from London to JWU

JWU student blogger Samantha Riley hops on over to London for a culturally rich weekend overflowing with museum trips and visits to historical haunts.

Topics: Study Abroad Providence

Leadership Defined: The Ray Nuñez Story

Blogger Karon Green lists JWU SGA President Ray Nuñez as a leader, a role model and a visionary. Read how Ray Nuñez has inspired Karon, and the whole JWU community, to always strive for greatness.

Topics: Careers Providence Campus Life

'The Night Before Midterms' An Ode to Studying

As JWU students settle into a long night of studying for midterms,  JWU student blogger & poet Bianca Giron pens a humorous poem dedicated to the art of happy midterm-taking.

Topics: Providence

Irish Seaweed Is Not Just For Eating

Samantha Riley's Irish adventure bounces along to County Sligo, the final resting place of poet W.B. Yeats and a place to receive an amazingly slimy seaweed bath. 

Topics: Study Abroad

Finish this JWU Academic Year with a Bang

JWU student blogger Ismael Carrizales leads students through a 3-step process to rock the end of the academic year. His recommendations include organization and strict scheduling with a healthy dose of relaxation.

Topics: Providence Campus Life