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  • New York City is the ultimate place to dance because they have every style taught by the very best in their field. I have been dancing since I was three years old and have been going to summer dance intensives since I was thirteen. The summer before my senior year in high school, I was struggling...

  • St. Petersburg, Russia is a marvelous city filled with rich culture and beautiful architecture. I was lucky enough to travel here this past February, on a mission trip. Not only did I get to help those in need and teach students English, I got to experience the Russian culture and visit the...

    Tags: Europe
  •  If you’re into Space and how Astronauts were able to go to the moon or the International Space Station, well Huntsville, Alabama just might be the place for you to visit.  Located just off of Interstate 65 on I-565, the “Rocket City” has so many things to offer.  The hardest part is deciding...

    Tags: Alabama, USA
  • Freshman year was no picnic for anyone, lets be honest, your maturity hasn't quite reached its peak and it can be considered, to put it nicely, an awkward phase. However a few days into the start of my summer after that awkward year, I took a trip that would change and mature me forever, I and...

    Tags: Africa
  •   After only a five-hour drive from my home, one can be in a totally different world. In the summer prior to my sophomore year, I was privileged to travel to a village in Baja Mexico with a group of medical students that my father was training over the summer. We served those who were struggling...

    Tags: Caribbean
  •   There are only a few places where one can wake up at 2 am to watch the Super Bowl. Israel is one of them. Unfortunately, an exciting semester abroad there became an uneventful "sick-mester" in bed. By halftime of Super Bowl XLIV, as tension rose between the Colts and the Saints, the mercury...

  • The infamous peace sign; jam-packed trains with hardly enough room to scratch one’s nose; three-hundred-pound men in diapers slamming against each other; school girls in stylish uniforms. All of these stereotypes I once thought to be an exaggeration became a reality during my six-week summer home-...

    Tags: Asia
  • Sometimes I close my eyes trying to imagine the irregularly shaped rectangle of sky my eyes would encounter as I lay my head back on the cool steps leading up to the roof. The dust was nothing compared to the view of the sky, so close it threatened to blind me. What I remember most about Delhi is...

    Tags: Africa
  • FORTUNATE ENOUGH. If you’re fortunate enough to travel, you’re fortunate enough. Adventure is limited only to your imagination and mine was stretched on the ultimate road trip as my family made our semi-annual journey to the Outer Banks of North Carolina. With 400 years of history and 125-miles of...

  •      A year ago, my best friends in the entire world moved nearly 1500 miles away. I still miss them terribly, but a few months ago I finally had enough money saved for a plane ticket to Phoenix. I got together with a mutual friend, and soon we were speeding down a runway at five in the morning,...

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