Monthly Archives: October 2018

Full Moon Frenzy

This past week following Fall Break already feels like so long ago, even though it felt like everything happened in a blur. I suspect a similar sentiment will be amplified at the end of the semester; especially since we have … Continue reading

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A little more sand falling through the glass…

Greetings from the OBX! The temperatures are dropping, the days are getting shorter, the crowds have left the beach, and we blinked and found ourselves halfway through the semester. If you’re wondering where the time has gone, so are we. … Continue reading

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Climate Change, who is s/he?

Wednesdays here are always a treat, especially when they come bearing donut holes from Orange Blossom brought to you by Baxter Miller and Ryan Stancil. Let’s back up, who are they? Besides fashion and career goals— Baxter and Ryan were … Continue reading

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Diving into field work. Literally.

This week started off like most others. Everyone attended their internships on Monday and classes on Tuesday (Coastal Resource Economics, Sustainable Coastal Management and Capstone). The Capstone session on Tuesday was very interesting. This was the point where we had … Continue reading

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Horsin’ around

This week was our first full week back since evacuating for Hurricane Florence, and it sure feels good to be back. In short, our week started off with internships on Monday, class and Capstone session on Tuesday, a guest lecturer … Continue reading

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