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North of Hoi An
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North of Hoi An

Vietnam continued: leaving Hoi An and heading north. Wow, how to catch up on a whirlwind of a first week in Vietnam. This country has been emotionally tolling for me, and I can’t shake that I’m-almost-about-to-cry feeling all the time. The places I’ve seen, how they have made me feel, and the people I’ve met. It’s … Continue reading

Small Town, Big Community
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Small Town, Big Community

Located on a lake in western New York, Chautauqua Institution is a small town and gated community at its finest. Open year-round, the Institution holds a nine-week summer season starting in the end of June and continuing through August. Purchased gate passes are required for entry. Houses and apartments are available for rent, as well … Continue reading

Ideal Beach Weather
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Ideal Beach Weather

Whether rocky, sandy or jagged coastline, beaches are always an ideal spot for summer downtime. Even the landlocked states vacation on coastlines to experience the wonderful climate of the sea. Unless, a storm is rocking against the shore, beaches usually have the ideal weather. So, you were thinking about having a beach day tomorrow and … Continue reading

All About Mentors
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All About Mentors

In the competitive and, at times, daunting industry of media and communications we Emerson students are lucky to have such people as mentors.  Mentors are defined as experienced and trusted advisors who are there to simply help you out. (Some famous mentor/mentee relationships include Dumbledore and Harry Potter, Gandalf and Frodo, and Yoda and Luke … Continue reading

Into Cambodia
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Into Cambodia

It’s been harder than I thought it would be to keep a scheduled account of what we’ve done on this trip. Every day deserves a book. We just got back from Koh Tonsay, an island on the Gulf Of Thailand which Westerners know as Rabbit Island. There are no rabbits on this island, just geckos, … Continue reading

Irish Island on Broadway: “Cripple of Inishmaan” Review
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Irish Island on Broadway: “Cripple of Inishmaan” Review

The weeks following the Tony Awards produce a rush of Broadway hype, crowding the streets around Time Square. Theater-lovers and New York tourists purchase last-minute tickets for sold out shows trying desperately to see for themselves the critically acclaimed productions they got a glimpse of at the Tony’s. This season, some mainstream celebrities occupy roles … Continue reading