The Adventure on Cannibal Island

Courtesy of Town of Greenwich

By Amanda Cardini, Co-editor It’s a familiar experience – you go back to a place you haven’t been to since you were a kid and find that it’s nowhere near as big as you recall. Or you reminisce on something that happened to you as a child and your parents inform you that that’s not […]

A Tryst with Fossil Creek

By Makarand Gawade, Staff Writer I must admit that Fossil Creek is one of the most beautiful places I have been to in Arizona! I traveled to Phoenix for the first time in March 2014 for a Thunder-preview weekend. When I landed at Sky Harbor, I was depressed to see arid mountains all around; I […]

Glenwood Springs, Colorado

By Emma Livingston, Staff Writer Glenwood Springs, Colorado is finally coming into its own. Long overshadowed by Aspen, home of multimillion-dollar mansions where the rich and famous come to play just one hour to the south, Glenwood Springs is becoming a tourist destination in its own right. That’s just fine, according to Greg Greer, an […]

Motorcycle Adventures in the South of France

Nice to Fondue: A Preamble to Adventure by David J. Roman, Guest Writer It was back: that wheedling pressure somewhere above the heart and between the temples. They call it wanderlust, being footloose, having incurable curiosity. Well, I had it. Again. Perched pensively, slightly dazed, on the top bunk, I stared blankly out the rain-stained […]

T-Birds in the desert

This week: Summit Piestewa Peak By Susanna Ingalls Exchange Student from Manheim Business School in Germany On the first Saturday of Foundations, cohort leaders invited new students for a hike at/up Piestewa Peak, a hop up the road from campus. Nate posted the news in MTB and gave the impression of being a regular hiking […]