Into the Bush By Emma Rosenfield ’16


Emma Rosenfield ‘16
Majors: Biology and Art:Studio
Round River Conservation Studies, Botswana
(Spring 2015)

Re-posted with permission from the Round River Blog

What a week! In preparation for our great journey into the bush, we practiced birding on a sunset cruise, met with various organizations to learn about fieldwork, and cut a few inches off of Hailey’s hair. With everything packed onto/into the three vehicles, we headed out on Wednesday for Santawani. We drove from pavement to dirt roads to tracks amidst towering grasses. After living in camp with monkeys

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Mora Mora, I miss you by Kate Riley ‘16

Kate Riley

Kate Riley ‘16
Psychology, Neuroscience concentration
SIT Madagascar: Biodiversity and Natural Resource Management (spring 2015)

After a couple of weeks back at Colby, its starting to feel like I never left. Classes and commitments have picked up speed, and once again, I find myself caught up in the whirlwind of what comprises life at Colby. Before I continue, I must disclose that I love being busy. I’ve always jam-packed my schedule, running (often literally) from one thing to the next. I can only sit still for so long, and slow summers drive me stir-crazy. Continue reading “Mora Mora, I miss you by Kate Riley ‘16”