There’s no fright in a freight cruise

We travel to excavate the depths of the unknown—of both our external surroundings and of our own mind. The reason many say to travel is to take a journey into one’s self is because often one’s external surroundings and one’s … Continue reading

Park your diplomacy with us (2015 Report)

South Korean president Park Geun-Hye has accepted US President Barack Obama’s invitation to visit Washington, D.C. this upcoming June 16th. They will discuss the rising threats from North Korea and the regional stability and security (or rather, instability and insecurity) on the … Continue reading

Veering On Time: Your May 29th Itinerary

This Friday, May 29th, will allow all bicycle and film enthusiasts to combine their hobbies into an evening of free bicycle related film watching at the Hill Center at the Old Naval Hospital beginning at 8pm.  From cyclists in the Pacific … Continue reading

The Next Generation of Science, Technology, and Management 2015

This year’s WEF/IWA Residuals and Biosolids Conference will focus on “The Next Generation of Science, Technology, and Management”. Located at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C. the conference will run from June 7th to the 10th while the … Continue reading