Monthly Archives: May 2014

A Cultural Immersion

Sejal Shah, Public Health and Development in South Africa, Spring 2014 For the past two weeks, we have been busy traveling around South Africa. We spent time in Johannesburg, Kruger National Park and Hamakuya. At Johannesburg, we visited several historical museums, such as the Apartheid Museum, Liliesleaf Farm, and Nelson Mandela’s House. At Kruger, which… Read more »

Revelations in the Museum

Rebekah Williams, Public Health and Development in South Africa, Spring 2014 We’ve been quite busy here finishing up exams (yes those do in fact actually exist here). But before our exam season started we traveled to Johannesburg for a four-day trip before flying to Kruger. To be quite honest our time in JoBurg wasn’t filled… Read more »

Natural Power

Sejal Shah, Public Health and Development in South Africa, Spring 2014 The past week has been unreal. I jumped off a 216 meter high bridge, rode and fed an elephant, and saw some of the most beautiful scenery South Africa has to offer. Our group definitely enjoyed the week long excursion and all the activities it encompassed… Read more »

One world, different views

Karolina Kielbania, Public Health and Development  in South Africa, Spring 2014   Hey all! WOW, what an absolutely incredible week it has been on the Garden Route. I could spend hours talking about the various fun things we did such as BUNGEE JUMPING, canoeing, interacting with elephants and ostriches, zip-lining, cave exploring etc… but I’ll spare everyone the… Read more »