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    • Great Wall Entrance

    • Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU)
    • During spring/Easter break while studying in Hong Kong, a group of us decided to go to Beijing for a week. As anyone can probably guess, tourism is huge in Beijing. Our guidebook mentioned a small town were the Great Wall was completely original...
    • Natives of Galway

    • Arcadia, National University of Ireland
    • The swans in this photo live on the River Corrib, which flows through the middle of Galway, Ireland. It is impossible to avoid the river (or the swans) if you spend any meaningful time in the city. I captured this photo on a visit to the bay one...
    • Remember

    • South Africa Term
    • During my stay in South Africa I volunteered at Fikelela AIDS orphanage several times. The first time I visited I held the baby whose hand is pictured with my own. By the time I returned a couple of days later, the baby was no longer at the...
    • Napping with Sea Lions

    • Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands
    • This is a perfect depiction of our time in the Galapagos Islands. These friendly and playful animals won favor in our hearts immediately as we stepped foot on our first beach. This was their classic beach pose, belly up with their fins crossed. Our...
    • Amazon Amigo

    • International Studies Abroad (ISA)
    • During my time in Brazil I had the opportunity to travel to the Amazon. It was a nice study break to adventure on a riverboat and then sleep in hammocks at night with many other creepy creatures! During this curious adventure of mine I saw much...
    • Up Close & Personal

    • Belize: Integrative Medicine in a Cross-Cultural Setting
    • We had the opportunity to interact with all different types of nature during our time in Belize, allowing us an up close and personal view of creatures like this.
    • The Flowers of Moher

    • Academic Programs International (API)
    • My time walking up and down the Cliffs of Moher humbled me. To be in the presence of something so obviously amazing by its grandeur and beauty was such a profound moment. As I tried to drink in as much of the view as I humanly could, I began to...
    • Emerging Tides

    • LCC International University (LCC)
    • Lithuania is nestled up against the Baltic Sea, next to Russia, Latvia, and Belarus. Lithuania has recently emerged as an independent country, free from Soviet authority. While this political freedom is vitally important, there is still a lot of...
    • Ni'a Cubana

    • Latin American Studies Program (LASP)
    • This little girl caught my eye the minute I walked through the door of the daycare center we visited in La Habana. She was the tiniest little doll with the sweetest big brown eyes and when we were given time to play with the kids, I did everything...
    • In Awe

    • South Africa Term
    • Our Bethel group went on an outing with twenty township children to the "World of Birds". This was the first time some of the children had seen non-native South African animals. They loved the peacocks, turkeys and even the squirrels. Seeing these...
    • Shining with the Setting Sun

    • Japan Travel Writing
    • After hiking for most of the day and still having a ways to go before my friends and I could rest we stumbled upon a shrine tucked away in the mountains. Low on motivation and beginning to regret our decision to go hiking on one of the few free...
    • Camelvanting' Wadi Rum Style

    • Leaders for Change in Jordan and Israel
    • During our time in the Wadi Rum desert we were able to stay overnight and ride back on camels for several hours the next morning. It was an incredible experience riding in one of the most surreal places on earth, as the Wadi Rum desert is...
    • Fitting In

    • Issues and Praxis in Christian Social Justice
    • At any given moment traveling in Phnom Penh, one was bound to see many motos (likened to a small motorcycle), which was the most common form of transportation. It was also common to see a whole family squished onto the single seat of the moto....
    • Mombasa Bubbles

    • Daystar University
    • Walking along the coast of the Indian Ocean in Mombasa, men come at you from every direction asking “Snorkel?” “Scuba?” “Ride my boat?” or “Want to buy a hand carved key chain?” Many will grab your attention by shouting “Mzungu! Mzungu!” “White...
    • Simplicity

    • The Education Abroad Network
    • I had the opportunity to go on a walk alone when I was in Milford Sound. It is an enormous fijord carved out by glaciers but I was able to take my time and notice the small beauty that the tide had left behind. Mossy rocks were exposed between...
    • Forward

    • The School for Field Studies
    • This picture was taken during an academic exercise in which we were supposed to identify animal dung throughout a grassland area, called Manyara Ranch, to determine which animals used the land, otherwise fondly known as ""Dung Day"". We had local...
    • Across Cultures

    • History of Science in Europe
    • In my brief time spent overseas observing and discovering new places with new cultures, customs, and ways of life became part of the experience. However, it struck me that as significant as the origins and lineage of modern science are, so, too,...
    • Sustenance on Easter

    • Uganda Studies Program (USP)
    • Early Easter morning I joined my host family to celebrate the resurrection of our Savior in communion with their church congregation, followed them to a traditional ceremony mourning the death of a community member, and returned late in the...
    • Dhanusha

    • Independent Missions Trip
    • Dhanusha took time out from playing with the other children to examine a bicycle, but she was too small to ride it. After taking the photograph I helped her up onto the seat.
    • A Moment in the City

    • New York Center for Art & Media Studies (NYCAMS)
    • We stood atop the Brooklyn Bridge. It was famous. It was huge. At any given moment, you could see the industrial construction of metal, wires and concrete. You could see lights, buildings that scrape the sky, and, no matter the hour, the headlights...

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