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The Romantic and the Real

On the day that we departed for a mother-daughter road trip into the countryside, the news of yet another distraught and dejected farmer taking his own life peeled back a layer of romanticism. It...

The Traveling Wedding Photographer

It started as a simple “what if,” an idea that we never thought could actually become reality. But sometimes an idea spirals, and suddenly it’s taken over. Within a year, my wife and I...
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#PassionPassport “Study Abroad” Twitter Chat

On this week’s Twitter Chat we are talking about study abroad with @IFSAButler. The Institute for Study Abroad, Butler University has been facilitating study abroad experiences for undergraduates since 1988 and currently operates programs...
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Winona, Minnesota

It has titans of industry to rival New York and the most shoreline of any state in America. It’s the site of the first heart transplant and the first utterance of the phrase "Holy...

Q&A with Cam Cope, Aussie Travel Photographer of the Year

Cam Cope is a 29-year-old Australian travel journalist and photographer, recently named Australia’s Travel Photographer of the Year. When he’s not sailing in Patagonia, riding horses with nomads in Mongolia, lurching on the back...

Five Places to Explore in Cameroon

Located in West Africa, Cameroon is any adventurer's dream. Nicknamed "Africa in miniature", the bi-lingual (French and English) country offers an active volcanic mountain, lush equatorial jungles (the 1984 adaptation of Tarzan was filmed...

TBLI Reflection V: Latin American Horror Stories

The wet-rag relief of Chiclayo disappeared within moments of entering the market. A jigsaw of scaffolding stifled the Southern breeze and knotted fists of herbs choked out the mid-day light. I double wrapped my...

Hana Truscott: From Sunrise to Sunset in Santorini

Hana Truscott is a creative non-fiction writer building a repertoire of life experience. In 2010, after seven years of travels throughout Latin America and Africa, she set foot on European soil; there, in the...

Alexandra Hill: Seeing my Reflection

"She looks like my niece,” the woman said, her dark eyes fixated on mine as though she knew me; as though I was from Palmarito, too, but was pretending I wasn’t. Ironically, her round...

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