Posts Tagged ‘Travel’
Perhaps recognized by his long locks and Zumba graces, Dr. David Bailey, professor of psychology at Missouri Baptist University, shares his honest words and hand gestures that reveal a new understanding for who this Renaissance man really is.
With summer just around the corner, you might find yourself longing for the open road and a warm breeze flowing through your windows before starting that first out-of-college full-time job. Whether it’s solo trips or trips with friends, long drives can be exhausting. These tips might make your next trip more bearable and even more exciting.
This country has so much to offer. Travel across the country with Colby Duncan to see what beauty our country has in store.
Colby Duncan is from Reno Nevada and these photos are Duncan’s Road trip back to Reno after the spring semester at the end of May and also Duncan’s road trip back to MBU in August for this fall semester. On Duncan’s way back to Reno he went up north through Chicago, Mt. Rushmore, South Dakota, The Grand Tetons, Yellowstone, Big Sky Mont., and Bozeman Mont. On Duncan’s way back he went through Pyramid Lake, Nevada, Quincy, Calif.,Pismo Beach and Avila Beach, California, Los Angeles, and San Diego.
Journeying from Russia to England, and places in between, international travel brings unique life experiences.
Photo by: Hannah Ballard
Mykonos, Greece, is a 33-square-mile island in the Agaean Sea. Nicknamed the “Island of the winds,” Mykonos is home to 10,000 inhabitants.