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Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
January 11, 2022

An annual federal holiday since 1986, Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebrates the civil rights leader who was instrumental in the Civil Rights Movement and challenging racial injustice. Though traveling may be difficult at the moment, there are still several ways to learn from afar—today and every day—about Dr. King and his messages.

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Be Prepared to Be Surprised
January 11, 2022

Change is part of life, and it’s a huge part of travel, but that doesn’t mean we’re always prepared for it.

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Students Speak: The Beautiful Art of the Italian Language
January 4, 2022

The gondoliers in striped shirts and brimmed hats floating through the canals, the flocks of swarming pigeons in St. Mark’s Square, the tight, secluded streets, and the beautifully constructed bridges and archways… the beauty of Italy was overwhelming.

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5 Tips for Educating Parents on Student Travel
January 4, 2022

Student travel doesn’t happen without the collaboration of parents and guardians.

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Smarter and Lighter: Winter Packing Tips
December 22, 2021

We’ve all been there: trying to fit everything we think we need in a suitcase, on top of needing bulky (yet necessary) winter gear. Ditch the stress that comes along with traveling during the snowy season, with these pro tips.

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