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So Many Adventures

A few weeks ago was mid-semester break and I went to the North Island with four friends and 16 hours of traveling was completely… More

Kristin Kinchla University of Otago, New Zealand

So Many Adventures

Kristin Kinchla May 19, 2017

A few weeks ago was mid-semester break and I went to the North Island with four friends and 16 hours of traveling was completely worth it. Our first trip was to Ragland which was a town full of surfers, we went there for my friend Gabe’s birthday who… More

Veni, Vidi, Amavi

Jay Burnett May 9, 2017

As I stepped out into the New Zealand autumn sun, I immediately began to sweat underneath all the layers- a long sleeve shirt, zip up hoodie and heavy jacket on top, leggings and snow pants, and one pair of Merino socks and a second pair made of wool… More

New Adventures in New Zealand: Spontaneity at its Finest

Laura Yang May 9, 2017

Welcome back! (Did you read my last blog?) I know it’s been a while since I went on break, but it’s been a bit hectic trying to get back into the order of things. I’m back now though! So in case if the title wasn’t obvious enough, I spent my mid-semester… More

The Allure of Quiet Coffee Shops in Foreign Countries

Jay Burnett April 26, 2017

My love affair with coffee didn’t take hold until I headed to college. Crossing state lines (or, in my case, multiple state lines) came with a culture change; growing up in Smalltown, Wisconsin, carrying a Starbucks cup was more of a fashion statement… More

Hiking Roy's Peak

Kristin Kinchla April 11, 2017

Dunedin is probably one of the most alive towns I have ever been to, it is such a college town and I absolutely love it. There's always people around and I live on one of the busiest streets which has gained a reputation for the noise level. When I'm… More

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