Long Weekend? Check out These Places!
Apr20

Long Weekend? Check out These Places!

If you are anything like me, you probably like to make the best out of outing. Meaning, if you are visiting a neighborhood, you want to make sure you are seeing/eating all the good stuff in one visit. As a Native New Yorker, I have practically clustered all the...

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Puerto Rico Adventures: Alternative Winter Break 2016
Jan19

Puerto Rico Adventures: Alternative Winter Break 2016

The group taking a historic tour of Old San Juan with our tour guides, Lulu and Joseph. As we stepped off the plane and into the hot air of San Juan, Puerto Rico, our minds focused on 1) getting a drink to cool down, and 2) the closest beach. Little...

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Why You Should Visit Washington, D.C. as a College Student
Oct19

Why You Should Visit Washington, D.C. as a College Student

I've been to Washington, D.C. three times in my life- each visit has been while in college, and each time in the past year alone. My first time in Washington, D.C. was in March for Alternative Spring Break, with Dean Curtis Wright, Rev. Martin Malzahn, and a group of students....

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Two Backpacks and the Adventure of a Lifetime
Aug10

Two Backpacks and the Adventure of a Lifetime

My best friend Rose and I, a fellow Wagner student, decided that after our summer studying in Dublin, we would backpack through Europe. (Because it's as easy as that, right?) We figured out where we wanted to go, planned a detailed itinerary of what places we'd visit, bought our plane...

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Gruesome Food for Thought
Jul22

Gruesome Food for Thought

This July, two other students and I are working with Wagner College anthropology professor Dr. Celeste Marie Gagnon, analyzing human skeletal remains excavated from archaeological sites in the Moche Valley on the north coast of Peru, during the MOCHE Inc. - Wagner College Bioarchaeology Field School. During the field...

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D.C. Chillin’
Nov19

D.C. Chillin’

Hi guys! This weekend was our season opener! We played VCU Friday and Maryland on Sunday.  We were on the road for 4 days--moving from hotel to hotel; eating at different famous restaurants; and visiting some awesome places.  Though we were there for strictly business, our Coach found plenty...

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What You Should Do and What You Should Not Do When Studying Abroad
Sep12

What You Should Do and What You Should Not Do When Studying Abroad

Do Do bond with your roommates They are most likely in all of your classes and your study abroad program will have many activities planned for you; so you are spending a lot of time with these people, having a good time with them is a must. Take the...

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