Paris travel

7 best boat trips on European canals

Slow travel is the only way to truly appreciate a destination. Because we rush too much into our daily lives, when we are finally “Out of Office”, “Gone Fishing” or just away, we should relax. Not only is slowly exploring an area much more sustainable, it is also good for …

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The case of Gabby Petito and how he captivated the Internet

Martin G. Reynolds, executive director of the Maynard Institute for Journalism Education, said he was struck by the disproportionate focus of news outlets on missing white women, a focus he said is compounded by competitive coverage. (At a journalism conference in 2004, PBS presenter Gwen Ifill described this phenomenon as …

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Study Abroad Programs Resume With COVID-19 Restrictions

As students planning to study abroad in the fall semester prepare for their travels, many programs are proceeding as planned, despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Mala Ghosh, Associate Dean and Senior Director of Tufts Global Education, said it was exciting to see students return to study abroad. “Students have arrived …

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