Travel

Student taken with trip to Tokyo

By EILIS DONOHUE – 5 years ago

If you have one week to go any­where, halfway around the world may not be the most logical choice, but it certainly is an exciting one. Over October break, I…

Digging out Roman pasts from historical ruins in Italy

By TIANQI ZHU – 5 years ago

“Tazio, stai diventando un italiano,” said Gabriele, my Italian field director of the San Martino archaeological site after the fare­well diner. I laughed, remembering. For a year, I lived an…

Panama beyond the Canal

By – 5 years ago

Whenever I told people that I was going to Panama, they always asked if I was going to the canal. And while I did go to the Mira­flores Locks and…

Visiting the Woolf museum

By ELIZABETH DEAN – 5 years ago

Virginia Woolf’s house from the perspective of the traditional English cottage garden. The garden itself was mostly Leonard Woolf’s passion project and was known to host writers like T. S.…

Vassar students share recent travels abroad

By JULIA POLLACK, HANNAH REYNOLDS, MAX MORAN, JOE DEGRAND – 6 years ago

courtesy of Julia Pollack Mexico and Oaxaca Cities “Me gustarían las champulines con avocate, por favor.” I muster whatever remaining energy my jetlagged self has in vocalizing my dinner order,…

October Break Travel

By KAYLA GONZALEZ, YIFAN WANG, PROFESSOR MARY ANN CUNNINGHAM – 6 years ago

Cape Cod, M.A. Having hardly ever ventured outside of Los Angeles, Calif., I had no idea what the East Coast had to offer me. This October break I was fortunate…

Summer travel: Hong Kong, Colorado, London, Williamsburg

By CHRISTOPHER BROWN, ZOE KURTZ, SARAH SANDLER, ALEXANDRA TRUNNELL, – 6 years ago

Hong Kong, China Christopher Brown Over the summer, I had the privilege of working in Hong Kong for a summer job with the Center for Talented Youth as a Residential…