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Senior Road Trip

By Sara The summer before my last year of high school education my mother decided we needed to go on a road trip. I guess she figured that this would be our last summer together as I was planning on starting college right away. We did not have much money at the time, but she […]



You Are What You Own

The Razor’s Edge, by Madeleine Richey I’d like to introduce you to a topic that might sound a bit foreign to most of us. The reason for this is because we live in a consumer culture, where emphasis is placed on the things we own and how much money we have. We’ve all heard that […]



Adventure in Israel

By Joseph W. A few weeks ago, my dad, brother, and I went to Israel. We had many fun experiences, but I’ll only mention a few of them. On our first day in Israel, we went to Caesarea National Park. Caesarea National Park boasts a Roman theater, a crusader city, the Byzantine square, a palace, […]



An American Teenager: My Life & Experiences In Costa Rica

I am a fifteen year old girl from bright and sunny South Florida. What is something different about my life from every other American teen? I am one of the few who’ve been blessed with the incredible experience of moving into a different culture. Currently, I reside in the beautiful mountain terrain of Costa Rica […]



Interesting School Tour Possibilities for Older Students

by Jennifer Doherty ARTICLE SUMMARY This article looks at the possible school tour options available to teachers of older students who are looking for educational development and inspiring travel options. It focuses on some of the more unusual and exciting options on offer. The changing world of school travel Once upon a time, the school […]



Petra: The Red City

By Micha Banschick The Treasury I was walking in a narrow canyon that became darker and darker until it was almost pitch black. I started hearing people exclaiming in excitement. Then, all of a sudden, I was shading my eyes. I came out from the gloomy canyon into the open sky with sun in my […]



Ein Avdat: Water and History in the Desert

By Micha Banschick Perhaps, even for major couch potatoes, there are more mesmerizing things in the world than a forty-inch flat screen boob tube. Personally, I think all wonders of nature feel more real and alive up close and in person as opposed to anything on the small screen. Not only does being there give […]



Scuba Diving: The Best of Times

“It was the best of times, It was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season of Light, it was the season of Darkness, it was the spring of hope, it […]



Books for Summer

College Bound Reading List Books for Summer Relax and be inspired with these books about sailing and the sea, nature, travel, adventure, and more. Dana, Richard Henry. Two Years Before the Mast. (A detailed autobiographical account of a two-year trip out of Boston and around Cape Horn to California circa 1834. For an extra touch […]



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