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Spring at Sage 2019: Where to Go?

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Spring at Sage 2019: Where to Go?

Sage Hill students explore the various Spring at Sage seminars and trips offered this year

Sage Hill students explore the various Spring at Sage seminars and trips offered this year

Yuna Baek

Sage Hill students explore the various Spring at Sage seminars and trips offered this year

Yuna Baek

Yuna Baek

Sage Hill students explore the various Spring at Sage seminars and trips offered this year

Yuna Baek

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Although many months away from spring, students and faculties are already planning trips and seminars for this year’s Spring at Sage! The Spring at Sage Assembly, which is an annual event where students learn about travel options and seminars, was held on Tuesday, September 18.

Spring at Sage 2019 offers boundless opportunities to students and is a great experience to learn about different cultures and people from all around the world.

The year’s trip itineraries include Budapest/Vienna/Prague, Greece, India, Montreal/Quebec, New Orleans and Puerto Rico. New trips this year are Vietnam and NOLS (National Outdoors Leadership School) Wilderness Expedition. In Vietnam, students will have the opportunity to participate in a Service Learning Activity where they help out and do fun activities with kids at Dorothea’s Project Legacy.

NOLS is an outdoor camping experience where students will learn to achieve goals, develop leadership and teambuilding skills as well as exploring nature and its history. Students are excited to share their past experiences about Spring at Sage and what they are looking forward to.

“I am most looking forward to the Harry Potter seminar because it seems like a very chill, yet fun seminar. My past experiences have been really great and I feel that I learned a lot more than I would have in a classroom. Also it was really fun to bond with my friends throughout the trips,” said junior Heather Highland.

“I’m interested in the Budapest trip and Harry Potter seminar. My last spring at sage trip was to Taiwan and Hong Kong and it was one of the best sage experiences I’ve ever had,” said senior Naya Gomez.

For students who are interested in seminars, they have the option to choose one among many activities such as Active OC, Build Your Own  Fender-Types Electric Guitar, From Cameros to Carreras, Cirque Arts, Choppin’ It Up, Escape Room, Marble Project, and many more. Seminars will be held inside or outside of campus.

Students will not want to miss out on this unique experience. So go out there and choose a trip or seminar; it will be a fun way to bond with peers, create special connections, and learn something new!

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