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    • Moroccan Man Watching the Crowd

    • Independent Travel
    • While in Fez, my friend and I would often sit at cafes sipping fresh mint tea with other men (and no other women). We would strategically pick the café so we could take close-up pictures of Moroccans. This man was installed on a step, watching the...
    • 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.
    • Little Treasures

    • Creation Care Study Program (CCSP)
    • We spent a week at Glover’s Atoll for our marine ecology class. More than once I’d stop in my tracks, look down at the hermit crabs scampering over the white sand, look up at the abundance of coconuts dangling from the palm trees, look around at...
    • 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...
    • I Am Because You Are

    • South Africa Term
    • The spirit and heart of South Africa is so intricately woven into the term 'Ubuntu'- meaning 'I am because you are.' Understanding the interconnectedness of humans and how much our identity is bound up in one another was one of the most incredible...
    • 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...
    • God's Love for All Nations

    • Guatemala Term
    • The picture was taken on our last excursion. This was taken in a small community on the shores of Lake Atitlan. I thought it was a beautiful depiction of God's love being found in the most random, small community in this beautiful third world...
    • Hidden Talents

    • Guatemala Term
    • Within the dusty, mountainous streets of Magdalena lies an abundance of talent. Everyday, about twenty students fill up one room, which makes up the art school. Laughter fills the small room as they practice and perfect the techniques they have...
    • “Tosh-Tosh”

    • Middle East Studies Program (MESP)
    • On a weekend trip to Siwa we had the opportunity to be driven in jeeps through the expansive rolling desert dunes. This man, “Tosh-Tosh” (meaning “Crazy” in Arabic) was our driver. He led our small group in a chorus of songs, “Ana mapsuta, ana...
    • Separation from Reality?

    • Middle East Studies Program (MESP)
    • This photo was taken at one of many security checkpoints along the wall separating Israeli occupied Jerusalem and the West Bank town of Bethlehem. It was taken from the Palestinian side. This checkpoint is the one most common for the hordes of...
    • 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...
    • In Touch With Nature

    • Travel Writing
    • Butterflies were swarming everywhere while we walked on the Brazil side of the Iguassu Falls. They were super friendly and were landing on everything, we finally got a few on our hands and snapped away with our cameras.
    • Pigeon Play

    • History of Science in Europe
    • Many Italians draw their customs and cultural identity from Roman Catholicism. The Duomo serves as a central beacon to millions of Italians and tourists, Catholic and non-Catholic. Along with our class, thousands of people visited the Duomo on this...
    • Dachau

    • Introduction to International Business
    • This photo was taken in Dachau Concentration camp, near the crematorium. I saw these thorns and thought of how closely they related to the suffering of the Jews, and the brutality of the Nazis.
    • Intertwined

    • Uganda Term
    • On our way back from Mbale, Uganda our van overheated and we had to stop on the side of the road. Children came running from all around to see the Mzungus (white people) in the van. Among the many children, two kids came running, dragging their...
    • We Reflect Thailand

    • Religious Traditions in Asia: Thailand
    • At the Royal Palace in Bangkok there is a large temple dedicated to the Buddha. It is covered with gold and fine artistic touches, making it one of the most expensive temples in Thailand. Tourists flow from all over Thailand (and all over the...
    • Marionettes

    • History of Science in Europe
    • Hand crafted wooden marionettes adorn the streets of Florence over the Ponte Vecchio bridge. Reminding me so much of the story of Pinocchio I later found that Florence was indeed the birth place of Pinocchio’s author Carlo Collodi. The story of...
    • The Earth's Perspective

    • Creation Care Study Program (CCSP)
    • During a forest hike around Lake Matheson on New Zealand's west coast, I stopped as I noticed a small blue mushroom near my feet. While seemingly small and insignificant from above, I bent down to discover an incredible new perspective. As nature...
    • Bullet Ant

    • Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands
    • The infamous bullet ant is over an inch long and so named for the fearsome quality of its sting; supposedly the sting feels similar to being shot with a bullet. When stung, the victim may lose vision, consciousness, and be in consuming pain for...
    • Guidelines and Limitations

    • History of Science in Europe
    • This photo was taken on the way to the entrance of St. Peter’s Basilica. It is supposed to be the dress code for admittance into the Basilica, but apparently you can’t enter if you are missing a leg or a large chunk of your arm…

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