The Susquehanna paddle and its “polluting”

Today was the start to our second journey and what a better way to start it off with a relaxing paddle down the great Susquehanna river. I’ve driven by the Susquehanna once before about four years ago when I was looking at school to apply to and it caught my attention. What a beautiful river…

A Change in Technology Over The Development Of Human Kind

Journey one, being labeled as a sense of place and time, mainly focuses on the history and culture of the Chesapeake. That being said, me and my fellow students had the opportunity to camp like our Native American Indians ancestors would have while also sleeping in hotels exploring a high industrialized city such as Annapolis…

Pamunkey Indian Reservation

Evidence found by archaeologist, anthropologists, and historians date back 10,000 to 12,000 years when the Pamunkey tribes settled on a river in Virginia. This land to which they settled was rich with diverse plants and animals that the tribe had used but not abbused. But as soon as the “white man” came to try to…

Stepping into Colonial Williamsburg

On september 11th, the Chesapeake Semester crew went and visited Colonial Williamsburg. This historic town dates back to the 18th century time period which is when our nation was still under English power. While in downtown Williamsburg, the students were given an assignment to answer questions regarding a topic/subject of concern. For example, my topic…

Camping at Chino

I can’t believe that we are already on day 4 of our first journey. Seams like orientation week had just started and that tomorrow we will play in the water and soak up the sun. But that is not the case. Already, I have learned so much in this journey. From Schindler breaking open a…