Nicholas School Blogs

Hope in the Wild

  There are certain places, people, and experiences that change you fundamentally as a person. I’ve found that spending time […]

Crater Lake

To say that Crater Lake is stunning would be an understatement—it is without a doubt a spectacular, almost other-worldly place.

Lithium: It’s not just for bad moods anymore

Are lithium resources in short supply?

A Week of Lava Backcountry Camping

The seemingly endless stretches of lava in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park would lend one to think the lower reaches of […]

A Brief Survey Reflection

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Thanks to Dr. Randy Kramer who provided a very pragmatic and helpful course on “Social Science Surveys,” providing a ‘soup […]

Sea Turtles vs. Sea Walls

Dotted across the summertime shores of South Carolina are numerous sea turtle nests. Predominately these nests are of the threatened […]

Baby Steps

“I don’t like the grass.” She scrambles a little higher in her friend’s arms, toes drifting at the surface of […]

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