When Teaching Becomes Learning

Hallo semuanya. Nama saya Snehaa. Aku dari Canada!! My first introduction was one of the ongoing jokes some of my students in Bandung, Indonesia had about me. Clad in a long cotton dress with Indian patterns, and dangling jhumkas, I would proudly say that I was Canadian, with ready responses to any protests or confused […]

Creating Simplicity – The Fijian Way

BULA! Today is a good day. My outlook is clear, my perspective is positive and my mind is active. The past is the past, the future is the future and the now is the now. In this very moment, we are living in the now and in order to be 100% content with where we […]

She said YES!

No…it’s not a wedding proposal.

No…it’s not Say Yes to the Dress.

But I’m willing to bet those fall along the same lines of the first thought that popped into your head when I quoted, “She said YES!”…but why?

Place 18: An Urban Planning Student Conference

By HAYLEY WASYLYCIA Conferences: they are a valuable and necessary resource for professionals to stay up to date on current practices, network, and do other professional-related things. But what about students? Student-targeted conferences are quite common nowadays, and operate much the same as professional targeted conferences, distinguished from the latter with lower rates, more student-targeted […]

International Indigenous Collaboration

Welcome to My Stretch Experience! Introduction Before I get into the specific details and outcomes of my project, I want start off by introducing myself. I would also like to take this opportunity to give the appropriate background information for those who do not know what a “stretch experience” is. My name is Kaitlyn Walcheske, […]

Entering Ecuador

by Kevin Wang As I sat down in my seat on my flight to Ecuador, I started to panic. As I heard the other passengers around me speaking in Spanish, it was finally starting to hit me. I was leaving the Western world I was used to and heading into a vastly different, unknown world. […]