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Climate Change: Effects on our outdoor livelihood

In Featured, From the world, Hiking, News, Water, Winter by JaneBozsikLeave a Comment

The sun is beating down on all of us excited tourists as we deboard the Alpine train. A beautiful scene greets us; layers of tall pines and alpine flowers line the surrounding mountains. Ahead, a thunderous river grinds through the valley floor on the left, while adjacently an even gravel path gently snakes into the distance. The path leads to …

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Traveling Iceland: A photo story

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Iceland has quietly risen as a trendy destination for Americans. It’s easy to see why: the flights are cheap (if you pack light), the citizens speak English, and the sights are magical. There is something to satisfy any type of traveler in Iceland, from luxurious spas to remote volcano-heated pools. My journey to Iceland consisted of a five days with …

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How to Get Outside While Studying Abroad

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A comprehensive guide to the where’s, the when’s, but mostly the how’s of pursuing adventure internationally   Studying abroad can be one of the most powerful experiences in your educational career, regardless of what you intend to study or where. It often provides you with the opportunity to surpass the typical tourist stereotype and to learn in a more meaningful …