Traveler Interviews

“Traveling ensures that we aren’t missing out on anything in regards to the process of life.” A Travel Chat with an English Major.

June 8, 2014

Traveler Interview:  Megan Bryde  Originally from Kansas City, Missouri, Megan has been attending Truman State University in Kirksville, Missouri which is where she currently resides. Yearning for opportunities to grow, Megan continuously seeks experience that help her thrive in life. Currently she is a barista making coffee for the good people of Kirksville but hopes […]

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“Travel teaches you, and the more you learn from traveling, the easier it gets…” A Travel Chat with a VentureTime Travel Intern

October 26, 2013

Traveler Interview:  Hannah Watkins Hannah Watkins is a senior Communication student at Southwestern College in Winfield, Kansas. Although she is only 21, her immense love of travel has led her to 12 different countries across the globe—Scotland, Canada, Italy, France, England, and Austria—to name a few. Traveling has been an important part of Hannah’s life […]

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“There are so many beautiful countries and cultures in the world, why not explore them?” A Travel Chat with a Communications Student

October 10, 2013

Traveler Interview: Maggie Collett Collett  in Salzburg, Austria, where she completed four months of school. Originally from Wardsville, a small farming town in Missouri, Maggie Collett, chose Winfield, Kansas as her “home away from home” at Southwestern College. However, for Collett, Winfield just was not far enough. In the spring of 2013, Maggie decided to […]

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“Travel is refreshing and rejuvenating for me.” A Travel Chat with a University of Arkansas Grad Student

June 10, 2013

 Traveler Interview:  Morgan Large Morgan Large is an agricultural communications graduate student at the University of Arkansas. After growing up in Belmont, Ohio and graduating from The Ohio State University, Morgan packed up her bags last spring and moved west for a new adventure in Arkansas. She currently works as a graduate teaching assistant for […]

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