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Laval University Study Tour 2008
The Universite Laval Study Tour, in partnership with the University Honors Program (Honors College), International Programs at Purdue University, and the Universite Laval in Quebec City, provides new Honors College students an enriched, international learning experience. Students are immersed in a unique culture while exchanging ideas with internationally renowned faculty and community leaders. At the conclusion of the program, participating Honors College students will receive one hour of honors credit in advance of starting classes.
Honors College students in front of the Parliament Building at the Assemblee National.
The "Fontaine de Tourny" was built in the 1850's in France and it stood for a long time in the "allées de Tourny" neighborhood of the French city of Bordeaux. It was purchased and moved to Quebec City where it was restored. Earlier this year, it was installed in front of the Assemblée Nationale. It is a gift of "La Maison Simons", a Quebec-based fashion retailer, in honor of the 400th anniversary of the founding of the city.
Honors College students pose at La Citadelle.
Below are pictures from the "Louis Jolliet" dinner cruise. The dinner cruise is on the last night of the study tour and is a great way to wind down from a busy week.