Monthly Archives: September 2018

Back it up, Florence!

Our time at the Outer Banks was cut short last week thanks to Hurricane Florence, a storm we thought would reach category 4 before making landfall below Cape Hatteras. Thankfully for our home here (Friends of Elizabeth II), our school … Continue reading

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The Real Storm Came After Florence…

During our orientation at the OBX Field Site we participated in a group dynamics workshop in order to make us more comfortable with working in larger groups. This was particularly aimed at creating a more aware environment during our capstone … Continue reading

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The Dog Days are Coming

I’m writing this post as we are currently being evacuated from the Outer Banks due to the incoming Hurricane Florence. While we had a great start to classes last week, we are now awaiting the return to our new home … Continue reading

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Swamps, ropes courses, and planes, oh my!

      Our second week of orienting ourselves to our surroundings here in the Outer Banks proved to be as fun and informative as the first.  A brief overview includes hiking in the swamp, completing the equivalent of most of a … Continue reading

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