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Fall 2020 Voyage Update

In order to allow for global recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, the modified Fall 2020 program was scheduled to begin with online course instruction and continue with a condensed Semester […]

  • Anthropology Students Gain a Deeper Understanding of Vietnam War

    Field Classes are a unique way for students to gain understanding of class material by immersing themselves in the history of a certain culture, and Spring 2020 students enrolled in […]

  • Spring Voyagers spend reflective day at Hiroshima

    When reflecting on her time in Japan, Dean of Students Mari Strombom recalled that, “the most memorable experience for me was visiting Hiroshima. The only way that I can describe […]

  • Students Reflect on Happiness at Shunkoin Temple

      While many voyagers hit the ground running and raced to explore Kobe and Tokyo upon reaching Japan, Professor Meg Jay’s Positive Psychology class got to experience a relaxing and […]

  • Spring 2020 Voyage: By the Numbers

    The Spring 2020 Voyage embarked on January 4 in Ensenada, Mexico, and students are enjoying their first week at sea! As they make their way to Hawaii, find out who […]

  • Voyagers Study Architecture and Religion in Salvador, Brazil

    In Dr. James Bratt’s Philosophy class, Meaning and Truth in Religion, students are asked to take a phenomenological look at how people find meaning and truth in their lives through […]

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