My year at Agnes Scott College did not start out the way I had planned. In July 2020, it was announced that the fall semester at ASC would be 100% virtual, which meant that I would not be allowed to enter the United States. Therefore, I had to teach the first semester online from Austria. Looking back, I have to say that this wasn’t necessarily a bad thing because it allowed me to experience online teaching for the first time. I also believe that my students learned more about Austria than they would have if I had been there in person. We were all in different time zones, and the fact that I was still in Europe allowed me to share more cultural aspects with my students. Some of them had never even heard of Austria, and now they got to work with someone who was actually in that country during classes. Over the course of the fall semester, I recorded many videos about different aspects of life in Austria, posted pictures on the ASC German Instagram account, and organized events related to Austrian and German culture. My students were really interested in my life and asked me a lot of questions. Teaching from my old room in my parents’ house wasn’t always easy, and some lessons were interrupted by family members bursting into my room, but, overall, it was a good experience.