Tag: Morocco

  • Seeking Our Own Stories

    “Tourists see, travelers seek.” With these words, Adam Braun, Semester at Sea alum and founder of Pencils of Promise, inspired a room full of students (of all ages) to remember […]

  • Video: The people of Morocco's High Atlas Mountains

    Students and lifelong learners spent 2 days in the Berber Village of Ait Hamed, but to hear and see the experience, it was as if they had been there for years.

  • Adding Letters

      From our physician, Dr. Phil Sloane, to our esteemed faculty, staff and Lifelong Learners, the Fall 2011 voyage of Semester at Sea is fortunate to have many doctors aboard.  […]

  • Top Ten Tuesdays – Moroccan Adventures

    This weekend the Semester at Sea study abroad program docked in Casablanca, Morocco.  Below are just ten of the many adventures participants have experienced thus far. Touring the Hassan II […]

  • Practicing Ubuntu

    In her opening remarks during Semester at Sea’s Fall 2011 orientation, Executive Dean Jill Wright discussed the concept of Ubuntu.  A humanist philosophy at the root of many African cultures, […]

  • The Summer 2011 SAS Voyage Ends, But The Journey Continues!

    Written by: Jordan Edelheit (Student) As the end of this voyage approaches I can’t help but feel incredibly lucky to have been part of the wonderful 2011 Semester at Sea […]

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