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Industrial History in Lackawanna County
October 16, 2019

Lackawanna County in Northeast Pennsylvania brings the Industrial Revolution to life. Students could discover the region that fueled a nation through innovative developments and industries, forged the way for unions and child labor laws, and brought a multitude of cultures and traditions still celebrated today. Explore these sites and get a different perspective of this […]

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Domestic Travel Considerations
October 16, 2019

Common sense is a key to smooth travel. Student travel groups often work with a SYTA member tour operator, whose expertise and presence guides the way. While there are many benefits to having a tour leader accompany your group, you may also need to lead. Consider these tips, to help keep domestic travels running smoothly. […]

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Have You Ever Wanted to Create a Broadway Musical?
October 16, 2019

Creating a Broadway musical is no easy task! Just ask Emmy- and Tony-nominated producer Jennifer Kranz. In a recent edWebinar hosted by Carylann Assante, CAE, Chief Executive Officer, SYTA and SYTA Youth Foundation, Kranz previewed her new musical in development. The King’s Wife is a bold, contemporary retelling of the story of Catherine of Aragon and Anne […]

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A Slice of History
October 9, 2019

Have you ever considered the power of cake? Outside of being a deliciously indulgent treat most people are accustomed to enjoying on their birthday, cake served as a morale booster for crew members aboard U.S. Navy vessels Intrepid and Growler. Navy Cakes: A Slice of History, is a new yearlong exhibition opening at the Intrepid Sea, Air & […]

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A New MoMA
October 9, 2019

A new MoMA opens in midtown Manhattan, October 21. Stunning new galleries and spaces for performance and events will transform the Museum and show MoMA’s collection to student groups in new and unprecedented ways. Through this multiyear expansion project, The Museum of Modern Art will offer student groups more ways to explore, from quietly contemplating a single work of […]

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