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27th January

On this day in 1888 the National Geographic Society was formed in Washington.

The National Geographic Society is now one of the largest nonprofit scientific and educational societies in the World. 74 more words


Neighborhood Day + Week One Wrap-Up

I’ve only been on the program for eight days and I’m already falling behind on blogging- eek!

Before arriving, I had heard that this program was intense, but I was most certainly not anticipating waking up at 7:00am every day. 755 more words

Study Abroad


I have always loved National Geographic, and after watching this short documentary, made me love it more. Rick Smolan’s story is very touching and the way he photographs Robyn Davidson just make my heart glow. 81 more words


Revisiting 2011 In The National Geographic Archives

2011 may seem like an odd choice of year to glance back to. However, all of us here appreciate the contexts of our natural world, history, culture, and belonging to a… 68 more words


The Human Brain VS War

The human brain a marvelous complex connection of neurons. Encased within the skull, the brain would seem to be safe from all but the most violent of blunt force trauma, but that is not so.   51 more words


Ένα μοναδικό γαστρονομικό ταξίδι, μια υπέροχη βραδιά.

Ήμουν πάντα πολύ προσεκτική με τα δώρα που έκανα στον Mr. Papatsita μου. Eιδικά στα πρώτα χρόνια της σχέσης μας.
Λειτουργούσα με το σκεπτικό, «εγώ μπορεί και να φύγω, τα δώρα μου όμως θα μείνουν για να σου θυμίζουν εμένα». 30 more words


A siGn!

Having the opportunity to explore new lands and cultures (or familiar ones with a new eye), that’s what makes life a dream. My childhood wish was to explore faraway lands as I perused World Book Encyclopedias, my college aspirations were developed while diving into Sociology course books, and an assortment of National Geographic literature keeps my adult dreaming alive. 33 more words