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Made For Luck: The Story of MIZZE Jewelry

by Mai Geller The drive from Herzliya, Israel up north to the Ein Zivan kibbutz is about three hours. In this short amount of time, the landscape changes drastically. Driving alongside the Mediterranean Sea, you are quickly met with the Carmel mountain range. Once you turn inland, you travel past sprawling agricultural fields to reach […]

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Travel Essentials: Four Styles for the Solo Adventurer

by Sarah Tran Hey reader, Depending on where you are at the moment, good morning or good evening from me to you. It is currently 7 p.m. in Seoul, Korea as I am writing this. Sitting outside a bright yellow bakery, I watch students go by in white and pink uniforms while children gaze in […]

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Here’s Your Guide to Traveling in Texas on a Budget

by Caitlin Rounds As a college student, I constantly find myself dealing with the urge to pack up and travel the world. However, finding the time and money are my two biggest challenges. Traveling doesn’t have to be expensive and it doesn’t have to mean leaving the state. Here are five affordable vacations and day […]

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#sparktravels: Caprock Canyons: Where the Buffalo Roam

by Carson Blair It’s 4 am. I’m foggy eyed, exhausted to the core and my brain does not recognize the chilling darkness as morning. Yet, I get up — as excited and wide-eyed as one can be at the first dawn of day, for I am yearning for pure adventure. I prance outside to chilly weather, immediately […]

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To the Moon Bus: The Store on Wheels

by: Caitlin Rounds Photos by: Julia Soniat Creative edits by: Jasmy Liu Caitlan Lochridge is a local female entrepreneur and owner of To the Moon Bus, a mobile store featuring art, clothing, home décor and more from local vendors. According to Lochridge, working in retail for several years and her passion for traveling inspired her […]

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#sparktravels: Down the Coast to South Beach, Florida

by Daniela Perez Though I lived only an hour away from South Beach for almost 16 years, I had gone only twice. Maybe it was because navigating Miami traffic seemed like an impossible task, or maybe it was due to my sheer laziness. Regardless, Spring Break 2018 called for pausing my Sex and the City marathon […]

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