St. Xavier's College
St. Xavier’s College, located in Mumbai, India, is one of the most highly ranked and highly respected liberal arts colleges in the country. The college was built in 1869 using an ornate Indo-Gothic style of architecture, which has earned it recognition as a heritage site.
Academic sessions are led by prominent speakers including the former justice of the Bombay High Court. Students have also learned about rural empowerment and inequality in Indian cinema.
Activities in years past have included visits to famous monuments such as the Gateway of India, tours of the Elephant Caves, excursions to religious sites such as the Siddhivinayak Temple and Jumma Masjid, and rides in a Victorian horse drawn carriage.
Social events include celebrating Holi, visiting Malabar Hills, night touring Marine Drive and Victoria Terminus Station, and walking along Rampart Row.