Blog Entries for the 'History' Category

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Funniest archaeology video ever!

George, one of our service learning students, makes his debut as “Archaeology Man”!
Don’t miss this earlier trailer of one of next summer’s biggest blockbusters…

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Breaking the Ice – Reflections on a True International Service Learning Project

The leadership and service learning training we’ve been doing separately over the past several months with the Belizean and American teens moves into the next stage…meeting in Belize and getting down to business with an actual project. Would they come up with a compelling project to do?

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Bungee Jumping vs. Service Learning

When it comes right down to it, I think they are pretty much the same.

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Video: 6/28/12 another Maya tomb discovered!

Another Maya tomb is discovered and Mat Saunders is the first to retrieve and touch an ancient Maya Vessel to celebrate his birthday!

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Video: Day 3 of excavating & service learning

another day in the trenches…

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Video: the excavations and service learning projects continue…

Anther look into a day’s work at Cahal Pech and students working on their service learning projects.

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Video: First Day of Excavations!

This is the first day our Belizean and American students are working together, excavating a Maya pyramid and starting their service learning projects! Blog to follow.

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I Am In Japan, And You Told Me I Would Melt, Which I Didn't. LIES!!!

Japan is fine and you guys kept freaking me out by saying I would melt or keel over from radiation poisoning. You said Tokyo was a ghost town, but there are definitely enough people to get me lost for a fair amount of time.

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10 Great Wall of China facts

10 Great Wall of China facts Parts of the wall are up to 25.6 ft high and as wide as 16.4 ft. Building materials used were stone, brick, tiles, lime, rammed earth and wood The Great wall has suffered damage ranging from Bricks being taking for houses, graffiti , vandalism and parts of the wall […]

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Window of the world

Window of the World is a Chinese theme park that features replicas of famous world attractions like the pyramids, the Eiffel Tower, the grand canyon, and much more! Alex reviews our trip to the park.

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