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Interterm 2005

Bradford Woods
Activities at Indiana University's outdoor education center, included
caving, canoeing, service, journaling, backpacking, and climbing.

Canoe Camping

Students canoed about fifty miles on south central Kentucky's Greene River by day and camped next to the river in primitive campsites by night..

Chicago Art and Culture

Students traveled to Chicago by the South Shore Railroad, stayed in Hostel International, visited landmarks, ate in ethnic restaurants, and saw Romeo and Juliet at the Chicago Shakespeare Theater on Navy Pier, the Blue Man group, the Jackie Kennedy Onassis exhibit at the Field Museum, and the beauty found at the Art Institute.

Baseball: Exploring the National Pasttime

Students attended Major League baseball games in St. Louis,
Cleveland, and Chicago.

Film, Philosphy, and Food

Students viewed 2-3 films each day from various time periods and
styles and evaluated/discussed themes over a meal.


Participants camp along a babbling trout stream, ate campfire-cooked meals, viewed pristine countryside from magnificent overlooks, tranquil creek bottoms, and rolling ridge tops as they rode by horseback through some 75 miles of the Big South Fork Back Country in Tennessee.

International Cuisinse

Students cooked delicious meals, ate in ethnic restaurants, and learned interesting information about other cultures.

School of Rock

Students studied rock history, watched some Rock N' Roll films, listened to and made music, toured a recording studio, and visited the Rock 'n Roll Hall of Fame and Museum in Cleveland.

Blackfeet Indian Reservation

Students developed friendships with Blackfeet teenagers, ate a traditional meal, and learned about the politics, religion, history, and social culture of this Native American tribe.

Service at Camp Menno Haven

Students did various work projects for the camp (cleaning the pool, landscaping, spring cleanup), cooked some meals over a fire, slept under the stars one night, went on a night-hike, and tried out a new indoor climbing wall and 200-foot zipline.

Stained Glass

Students designed and created projects such as jewelry boxes, wall hangings, and night lights.

Things to Do, Places to Go, People to Meet

Students explored Goshen via foot, bike, and bus. Activites included a treasure hunt, a movie, visiting people, shops, churches, artisans, and local restaurants/cafés.

Senior Trip to New York/Washington, D.C.

Student activities in Washington, D.C., included the Holocaust Memorial Museum, U.S. Capitol, and sites on the mall. In New York City activities included visiting Manhattan, the United Nations, the Early Show, and a Yankees baseball game.