travel
19
Oct

The reality of an exchange program

Imagine yourself headed to another country over 5,000 miles away, and the only word you know in the country’s language

15
Sep

Travel without judgement: A trip to Russia

“You’re going to get kidnapped.” “Are you going to come back a communist?” ​These are just some of the off-color

28
Apr

Julia’s Journeys: A personal account of the Nepal earthquake

Note: In the April 29 paper version of The Campus Herald, Abbiss’s photo was shown placed over a photo of

31
Mar

Julia’s Journeys: Car horns and drum beats – Jazz Night in Kathmandu

 Long-time staff member Julia Abbiss penned in while away on study abroad in Nepal. You can follow her travel blog

24
Mar

Top places to travel in 2015

With an ever growing tourism rate across the world, what countries are worth visiting this year? I have picked five

28
Jan

Winter Study Abroad Fair offers opportunity to connect with alumni

On Wednesday, Jan. 21, students gathered in Pepsi Forum to attend the Winter Study Abroad Fair. Hosted by the Study

28
Jan

JWU employee showcases life in Africa

On Thursday, Jan. 15, the Yena Center hosted an opening reception for “Life Tiles: Face and Places,” Johnson & Wales

15
Jan

Cooper-Hewitt Museum reopens after several years of renovations

For the first time since 2012, NYC’s Cooper-Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum is open to the public. Following a $91 million

03
Dec

Culinary freshman competes in Jack Daniel’s World Invitational Barbecue Competition

From Oct. 23 to 28, culinary arts and food service management freshman Rico Pasquale traveled with his team to Lynchburg,

16
Nov

Firsthand FAM trip

As part of the travel-tourism program at JWU, a term is dedicated to an 8 to 10 week internship, rotating