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09.10.2016 - Niagara Falls

One of the many advantages of volunteering with the international office at the university is the opportunity to go on several day trips with the exchange students. 342 more words

Canada

Why don’t we care more about people with a high risk of heart disease?

By Dr. Stafford W. Dobbin

Billions of dollars are being spent on tests to investigate people at high risk for cancers and nothing is done to investigate people for high risk of heart attack (and heart disease costs the country far more than any individual cancer for both men and women). 768 more words

Blog

Feel the rush

Eastlyn Bright Tolle, a National Geographic Your Shot member, submitted this image of Niagara Falls. From her vantage point, “right on the other side of a wall that separated from this perilous drop,” she was able to create a unique and thrilling perspective: one that doesn’t allow the viewer to consider the safety of the overlook from which the photo was taken. 6 more words

Photography

Perspective on the Oroville Dam

Here is the spillway of the Oroville Dam with the broken section. The emergency overflow spillway is to its left, and the main dam to its right. 64 more words

Visualizing

Niagara: our spiritual home

When it’s too cold to appreciate Niagara, I really appreciate Niagara. That’s because there are so few other people “appreciating” along with me.

It was remarkable to be in the city of Niagara Falls, N.Y., the other day and be one of only a few dozen tourists wandering the streets. 494 more words

Cross-country Trip

Vacation Day 3: Niagara Falls to Home

We always plan to get up at a certain time and get going and plan our day out. Well, we never actually get up and going when we plan to. 1,070 more words

Canada Vacation

Kerry is in town.  Day 2 - Niagara Falls, Albion Falls

Day 2 was a for venturing out of Toronto and seeing some waterfalls. With a cold temperature in the minus, we wrapped up warm and hoped for some frozen waterfalls. 346 more words