Three states, one territory (British Columbia), a 17% downhill grade (San Fransisco), one coyote sighting (Oregon), and gallons (probably) of gas station coffee were all part of the 14 day journey covering 2243 miles North to South along the West Coast. Day One – Vancouver, BC, Canada Caught the solar eclipse through the glass awning […]
This summer I served for a second time as Program Alumni for the NSLI-Y Pre-Departure Orientation for students heading to Rabat, Morocco with iEARN. At the same time, it served as my own second PDO for Morocco, where I will be heading back to this fall!
Presidents Carter, Clinton, and Obama with First Lady Michelle Obama at the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington today. #WashingtonDC #presidents #marchonwashington A post shared by Jack Struck (@jackstruck) on Aug 28, 2013 at 3:28pm PDT I got a chance to go to the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington today! Some fantastic […]
Quick update: After lots of testing, applications, and stress, I’ve decided on a college! I’ll be attending American University in Washington, DC this fall. I’m so excited. It still doesn’t feel real. I have the summer (and Morocco), as well as the end of this school year ahead of me first to think about, but […]
I use the term “state” loosely because one of them was actually the District of Columbia, but I’m counting it. Over the past five days, I’ve taken a total of seven flights to visit schools in North Carolina, Colorado, and DC. I’ve had layovers in New Jersey and Georgia too, but airports don’t count as […]