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Days 10-12: The World is So Much Bigger

Day 10

Wednesday was like a silver lining in a stormy sky. Instead of working a full eight hours, I punched the clock at 2PM. What was I going to do with the rest of my day? 876 more words

Rocky Mountain National Park

Safely Secure at Leisure

Many outdoor leisure activities require a measure of Security. Kayaking with the pups is no exception! Though Gideon and Aero sport their Pup PFDs, I’m guessing my daughter’s PFD is… 443 more words


OPCE Challenge Course Enhances Leadership Development

University Outreach’s Office of Professional and Continuing Education (OPCE) is challenging individuals to develop their leadership skills – literally. OPCE’s Auburn University Challenge Course, an outdoor facility of arboreal structures and other man-made obstacles, provides professional, student and community groups with exercises designed to enhance communication, team building, cooperation, leadership development and trust building. 115 more words

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Interterm at MacLeish, Day 3

Caroline Eyman ’18 and Regina Wu ’18, students in the Interterm class Landscape Interpretation: Get to know and learn to share your New England landscape, are today’s guest bloggers. 569 more words


Defendant loses an interesting product liability case. Usually, the replacement of a component by the owner of the product after the sale is an intervening act which releases the manufacture from harm. In this case, the change was not enough to overcome the initial negligent design.

The Zip Line was designed with bungee cord that was used to break the ride. The owner of the zip line replaced the bungee cord with another bungee cord that was allegedly shorter than the initial cord in the design by the plaintiff. 759 more words

Case Analysis

Sanchez v. Project Adventure, Inc., 12 A.D.3d 208; 785 N.Y.S.2d 46; 2004 N.Y. App. Div. LEXIS 13184

Sanchez v. Project Adventure, Inc., 12 A.D.3d 208; 785 N.Y.S.2d 46; 2004 N.Y. App. Div. LEXIS 13184

Benjamin Sanchez, Also Known as Gerard Sanchez, Respondent-Appellant, v. 465 more words

Zip Line