Last spring, I was aboard a student research vessel with fellow college students to conduct research projects that ranged from phytoplankton studies to plastics and biological surveys.
“Vulnerability is the core, the heart, the center of meaningful human experiences.”
I began to question the value of the individual to the community instead of the other way around.
In late 2017, with my 30th birthday around the corner, I was hungry for adventure. I craved slow travel and
In a recent visit to the Twin Cities, National Geographic adventurer Erika Bergman, a submarine pilot, and author Trudi Trueit
At 23, I chucked a conventional lifestyle to live simply, out of a backpack, traveling through 40 countries in search
Quick, how many women writers from Mexico can you name? From the Middle East? From Africa? How many books by
“If you don’t ride, it’s hard to explain, but when you’re out there and you get all the senses working … it’s really neat.”
“It’s an acquired taste,” is the way Polly Keith Scotland describes her adventure travels. “I never dreamed I would do
I traveled in 28 countries, more than 40,000 kilometers, the equator’s distance, in 2 ½ years. On July 24, 2011,
“You already know who you are and where your passions lie-my list was guided by that. I might never learn to tango, and I’m OK with that.”
A teenager interviewed Pakistani women about their lives