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Soccer Players in Uganda
Student Article
The African Field of Dreams

Throughout the canoe ride across Lake Bunyonyi, all I could think about was building my soccer field. We had come to Uganda, East Africa from the U.S. through Brussels to work with Juna...

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Vacation to Home

The morning is just light enough to distinguish blurred human figures already bustling through the streets of Beijing. I lie in my bed listening as the voices outside...

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Author Cradles Goat in Nepal
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Beautiful Nepal

Ohm mani padme hom.

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Author in Blue Knob, WV
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Blue Knob, Clay County, West Virginia

It is dark now, but I know tiny lights are scattered in a hectic array beyond the shadowy clouds. Threads of red lights and white lights race past each other in opposite directions over the highways....

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Author Motorcycling Through Utah
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1884 Miles on a Smokin’ Rock

This past June,...

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Hitchhiking in Croatia
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Most Cars Don’t Come Back: A Final Trip to Croatia

  The airports in Germany won't allow you to take rented vehicles into eastern Europe.  This puzzled my parents and I, because in two weeks we were about to take a road trip to Croatia. We...

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International Student and Hosts
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Relating to the Other

We...

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Author and Villagers in Turkey
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The Experiment In International Living: Turkey 2007

I pushed a seed between...

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The Forbidden Island of Kaho’olawe

Kaho'olawe; also known as Kohemalamalama'okanaloa, is translated as "the holy genitals of the Ocean God Kanaloa" and is the only island throughout Polynesia to be named after a God. The following are my...

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Tennessee Perspective

It came. I knew it would, even before I exited the flight. The small plane had just landed at the Knoxville Airport in Tennessee, and my apprehension had already escalated to a sizeable amount. The seatbelt...

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