Student Articles Archive - Page 715 of 778 - My Family Travels
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Kalalau

Imagine a trip within the boundaries of your own country. I would imagine it could not be life changing; too different from the world I have come to know. However, when you step outside the lines of...

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Finding Myself in the Midst of the Unfamiliar

I am passionate about languages. English. Spanish. Chinese. Italian. Greek. To be able to communicate with others from different cultures and backgrounds inspires me. In my philosophy, a language not...

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There is More to us than we know

     A huge flash surrounded me, followed immediately by a deafening clap of thunder. I looked across the steep drainage and could see the damage of a split, dead, and smoking tree. The fear already...

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Windy City Bustle

The first memory of my trip to Chicago began with the greeting of Uncle Al. There he stood, both hands in his pockets standing askew to the baggage claim. He displayed a half smile, and we reiterated...

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Languages

  The luxury of travel is not one every teenager has the pleasure of experiencing. I knew, even before I left, that my time abroad should be appreciated...

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Singing to the Spanish Soul

As a wide-eyed freshman, it was easy to believe that a trip to Puerto Rico with my school choir would just be a way to kick back, relax, and do one of the things I loved best: singing. I didn’t...

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My ultimate travelling experience

  My Ultimate Travel Experience            

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A Trip Worth Taking

"Think about it, you paid money to come spend eight days working in Honduras,” said my youth pastor, and for the first time I did. Up until that...

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I remember Florida

Let me think back to cool the summer breeze, water slowly splashing onto my feet, the sand in my backyard...

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