From the Italian countryside to downtown Shanghai, six Phi Psi brothers studied abroad this past summer. Current fourth years, Christopher Pivik (’14) and Stephen West (’14) traveled to China for three weeks in May for one of the Commerce School’s Global Immersion Programs. Blending classroom discussions and company visits, the course allowed the Phi Psi brothers to explore Asian business culture. Anthony Olmert (’15) also participated in a Global Immersion Program; his allowed him to visit three major capitals and business centers in Western Europe. Half way around the world, Dan Giannetto (’15) and William Marshall (’15) traveled to Lyon, France. While in Lyon for over a month, Giannetto took a course on Thomas Jefferson’s travels to France and was able to emulate Jefferson’s interest in French viticulture. Marshall took classes at France’s legendary, Sciences Po. Through his classes, he got firsthand experience of US-French relations. After studying French their whole lives, Giannetto and Marshall both said that it was great to visit the country and interact with the people. Cory Law (’15) spent most of his summer abroad in Italy. Living in Sienna, Law was able to take advantage of Italy’s rich artistic and cultural legacy, while also learning and speaking Italian.