Nicholas School Blogs

Finally, tocónes!

The motor taxi vibrated violently beneath the road, the constant shaking the only thing keeping me awake this morning at […]

A Surprise Trip to My Local Wildlife Rehabilitator

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Our relaxing Saturday morning last weekend was suddenly interrupted by a small, furry, four legged critter. Going out to the […]

All Aboard! The Indian Railway

Novels and films set in India, travel guides, documentaries and Bollywood music videos often have one scene in common: the […]

My Internship in D.C.

My day starts at 9:30 am when I step out of elevator to floor 11 (my badge only allows me […]

A Boat Ride, Aldo Leopold, and My New Relationship with Ecology

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We were flying. The water and waves beneath us were nothing but elements to speed us faster, and the shoreline […]

Lions and tigers and bears (and monkeys)! Oh my!

As I’ve traveled the world, one thing has been glaringly obvious to me: deforestation is threatening our biodiversity.  In the […]

Stanback & the Crocodile Island

This is only goodbye for now 4000 Westchase!

I’ve had Cuba on the brain for the past 11 weeks. Cuban cigars, Cuban Rum and Cuban baseball.  Well, not […]

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