A Primer for Student Travel

Traveling internationally is one of the most rewarding, frustrating, exhilarating, humbling, and educational endeavors one can pursue. I haven’t met many people, once they’ve put an overseas trip or two behind them, who expressed no interest whatsoever in doing it again. I’ve been fortunate to share these kinds of experiences with a few of my colleagues … Continue reading

Travel Photos of 2013

This year has been an unusually active travel year for me. I was able to make a few trips across the country and spend some time exploring Asia and Europe. Now that we’ve all made it to the end of the year (nearly), I’d like to share some of my favorite photos from the past … Continue reading

Amsterdam: Jewish History and Green Space

I got up early on my second morning in Amsterdam and promptly made my way to the Anne Frank House. Note: my guidebook suggested visiting during the afternoon hours when the lines are shorter. I had heard that it would be better to go early in the morning, though. The museum opens at 9 a.m., … Continue reading