Andrea Perez, 24, University of La Verne alumna, spoke to Professor Maria de Lourdes Villarreal’s Writing 101 class about her upcoming mission trip through World Race.
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The holiday season means one thing for people who travel on airplanes: long lines at the airport. Recently however, it has also meant a very invasive security checkpoint for those trying to get away on holiday.
The campus was quiet with many students gone for the short Thanksgiving break. Because the vacation amounted to only two days off this year, however, many kept their plans local.
When my parents first told me that we were going to take a family vacation to Mexico City, I got a nervous feeling in the pit of my stomach.
This spring break led me on my most memorable trip yet, to the land down under, Australia.
With spring break upon us, students are getting a break from term papers and projects a month earlier than than they did last year.
With spring break fast approaching, the time has come when students dream of vacations going to a far-off, sun soaked beach.
The current situation with Mexico’s drug wars has caused the United States to put Mexico on its list of travel alerts, and is now causing many universities to put their own travel warnings to prevent many college students from going to Mexico on spring break.
I remember the first time I went somewhere really adventurous, besides the usual trip to my uncle’s house in Memphis, Tenn., or up north to San Francisco.
With their passion and love for traveling, Sharon Davis, professor of sociology, and Kimberly Martin, professor of anthropology, planned and organized a 13-day trip with 10 students to Egypt during January Interterm.