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An empty green grass path that is in the center of two sides of a garden at Highclere Castle. There are multiple types of plants including blue flowers, orange flowers, and many green bushes and trees.


Places to Go: England

By Allison Schroeder Web Content Assistant Manager From the culture to its landmarks, England is one of the most desirable places for American tourists to visit. The land is filled with historically rich culture, people, foods, and landmarks that entices the tourists in all of us, especially me. I compiled a list of places I recommend, and one of my good friends recommended, to help you find what should go […]

todayAugust 15, 2021 3 1

Scattered postcards, pamphlets, and map of Irish tourist spots in different shapes and sizes. They are on top of a solid white background including visible words of "Dublin City Map," "The Place to See," and other Trinity College Dublin and Blarney Castle postcards


Places to Go: Ireland

By Allison SchroederWeb Content Assistant Manager Several years ago, I visited the beautiful country of Ireland with my family and grandparents. We took a weeklong tour of Southern Ireland, and we went to some of the most beautiful parts of the country. I remember my family loved it so much the first time we went that we ended up going a second time to site see around Dublin, because you can […]

todayJuly 23, 2021 21

The strip located in Las Vegas Nevada with the title “Vegas Musts” in bold white lettering.


Vegas Musts

By Darcie Papillion Web Content Contributor The City That Never Sleeps is a popular nickname for New York City. However, I believe that name should be given to Las Vegas.  Las Vegas, Nevada is a place you want to experience whether it is to eat at charming places, visit interactive museums, or just lose your money. My experience of Las Vegas has been nothing but great!  My first time visiting Las Vegas […]

todayJuly 17, 2021 2

View of a nearby German village from a hill, where you can see the sky, fields, and houses.


Places to Go: Germany

By Allison SchroederWeb Content Assistant Manager Years ago, when I lived overseas in Germany, I always looked forward to seeing new places because living in a foreign country is an experience that changes your life. I don’t mean to exaggerate it, but it really is a life changing experience because when you eat, shop, and live among the locals, it almost feels like you are a local, but with a language […]

todayJuly 10, 2021 11

Image of a building with Chinese architecture and a golden throne within the Forbidden City


Secrets of The Forbidden City

By Tiger ShiWeb Content Contributor It was a freezing morning in Beijing in March 2013. I woke up feeling rested after a week of school. My original plans were to just stay at home. However, my dad offered to take me to see the most iconic scenic destination: The Forbidden City. I choose to go because I thought it would be an interesting place to visit. The drive from the […]

todayMarch 14, 2021 10

Photo showing the Federal Gasoline Tax up to 18.4 cents per gallon for gas and 24.4 cents per gallon for diesel. Photo shows state gasoline tax at 18.0 cents per gallon and 18.0 cents per gallon for diesel.


The Inevitable Rise of the Gasoline Tax

By Calvin MillerWeb Content Contributor With the presidential elections thankfully in the past, Democrats now hold a majority in the House of Representatives and Kamala Harris holds the tie-breaking vote in the Senate, economic issues are now front and center on the Democrat's minds. All of this brings me to something that will most likely become a hot topic very soon… the federal gasoline tax. In case you weren’t aware, […]

todayJanuary 28, 2021 8 1


Living in a Fantasy

By Gena SysavathWeb Content Contributor Have you ever wanted to live in a fantasy world? A world with castles, knights, and mythological medieval creatures. A place you can only imagine from fairytale books or see in fantasy movies. With COVID-19 being a damper on many travel plans, I spend most of my time daydreaming and looking up places I would want to travel to. On my search of looking for […]

todaySeptember 10, 2020 22

skyscrapers and light up signs on a street


Travel Memories: Enjoying New York in One Day

By Stacey RamirezWeb Content Contributor Months ago, when travel was safe, it was all I could ever think about. I would get alerts for flight deals maybe 10 times a day. But as a college student, even though a flight to Spain can be as low as $300, it’s still a lot of money to drop at once and make sure the dates match up my breaks. Then, one Wednesday […]

todayJuly 16, 2020 5 1

World map with a plane, camera, and heart drew across it.


The Heart of a Wanderer

By Piper BlakeAssistant Web Content Manager Recently, I decided to watch “Eat Pray Love” for the first time in my life and it raised some serious questions about my future career and life plans. I went into this film thinking, “This will be a great feel-good movie,” but instead made me feel like having a panic attack. This woman inspired me and stressed me out all in one movie. Screenshot by […]

todayFebruary 19, 2020 8 1

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