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Rugby

Is Rugby Dethroning Soccer?

Traditionally, France is associated with soccer and it is true that it is one of the most important and most popular sports in France if not THE most  popular sport. But lately, it seems that teenagers are becoming more interested in rugby! Rugby was already very popular in the southwest of France ... Read More

Harlem

Harlem

Harlem, the area bounded by 110th and 178th Streets, was originally settled by Dutch farmers in the mid-1600s. By the early 1800s, residential development of the area had begun and western Harlem became a fashionable, middle-class white suburb. When the bottom fell out of the real estate market at t... Read More

Monteverde cloud Forest - Puntarenas, Costa Rica

Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve

The Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve, located near the small town of Santa Elena in the province of Puntaneras, was founded about 40 years ago. This non-profit reserve is administered by the Tropical Science Center and is considered one of the most outstanding wildlife refuges in the New World tropic... Read More

California Academy of Sciences

California Academy of Sciences

At the California Academy of Sciences you can explore an aquarium, a planetarium, and a natural history museum–all under one living roof. Established in 1853 and completely rebuilt in 2008, the California Academy of Sciences hosts over 26 million specimens making it one of the ten largest natural ... Read More

Spanish Art

New Spanish Art and Design

Spanish Young Art: The New Generation provides a unique and fresh vision of Spanish contemporary art with a selection of works in different mediums, such as video, photographs, paintings, drawings and industrial design. The result is an exceptional exhibition that captures the essence of today’s... Read More

Jefferson Memorial

Jefferson Memorial

The circular, colonnaded structure of the Memorial is an adaptation of Jefferson’s favored Pantheon in Rome. Jefferson used this style in his home at Monticello, as well as in his design of the University of Virginia, and architect John Russell Pope thought it to be the only fitting design for a m... Read More

Prom Around the World

Prom Around the World

 While perusing Neil’s Facebook page I couldn’t help but notice all of the prom pictures! Whether you are chaperoning or attending, prom is such a fun event. Students get all gussied up and teachers get to watch them age five to ten years before their very eyes. After scrolling through the vari... Read More

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