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    7 reasons why studying in Sydney will change your life

    If you have not yet visited, there is a high probability that this seaside town will be at the top of your list. Although traveling on business or pleasure are certainly good options, one of the best ways to experience Sydney’s laid-back lifestyle is to live and study there. But, mind you, this can change your life […]

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    Liberty Science Center: Reinventing the Science Museum

    From its unique approach to engaging people in real science, to its goal of positively influencing communities to take action to improve our world, the Liberty Science Center in Jersey City has been re-invented to enhance educational travel and inspire student groups in scientific literacy and understanding.

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    Window to the Stars

    Kitt Peak National Observatory, the world’s largest collection of telescopes, is located high above the Sonoran Desert on the Tohono O’odham Reservation, 55 miles southwest of Tucson, AZ. Home to 22 optical and two radio telescopes, the observatory represents dozens of astronomical research institutions and is operated by the National Optical Astronomy Observatory (NOAO).

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    History And Music Live At The Apollo Theater

    Since 1934, every Wednesday evening aspiring artists take the stage at New York City’s Apollo Theater. They come with hopes that the magic of the historical theater and the approval of the audience will launch their careers in the music world.

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    Preserving America’s Most Valuable Documents

    Standing between two of Washington D.C.’s most prominent buildings, the White House and the Capitol, the National Archives is home to hundreds of important national documents. Student group travelers will want to include a stop at this popular venue during their next trip to Washington, DC.

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    Music To Their Ears

    From the local school stage to the big lights, travel and music are a potent learning combination for performance groups. Each year school choruses, bands, and orchestras can select from a host of exciting music festivals held throughout our nation and at exciting international sites. Each festival offers ample educational training combined with a memorable performance opportunity.

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    Top of the Rock at Rockefeller Center

    Student group travelers seeking the ultimate New York City experience can now add Top of the Rock at the Rockefeller Center to their list. Reopened in November 2005, Top of the Rock welcomes visitors to a unique venue, removed from the hustle and bustle of the city.

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    Welcoming Immigrants to America for More Than a Century

    She’s one of the country’s most recognized women and she has aged gracefully since her arrival in 1886. Lighting the way for immigrants, visitors, and travelers, the Statue of Liberty was presented to the United States by France in commemoration of the country’s centennial and as a gesture of friendship from France.

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