Wouldn’t it be nice to have a friend that is hundreds of years old? One that has seen things change yet has stood firm against the hardships of time. You can meet many of these friends as you walk to class or take a hike through the woods.
It is time we face the cold, hard truth. We are running out of water.
BAY OF BISCAY — As I lie in my cabin bed, rocking back and forth with the motion of the ship, I often marvel at my life this semester. In 106 days, I’ll have been to about a dozen countries with a few hundred other students, exploring, learning and growing in ways I wasn’t at home.
My TA responsibilities are limited: taking attendance, scoring quizzes and assignments and responding to the occasional email about the attendance policy.