On July 14, Bastille Day, a national holiday celebrating the French Revolution, a Franco-Tunisian man drove a truck through the crowds killing 84 people and leaving many more wounded. The attack was the third big terrorist attack in France since January 2015. The Islamic State claimed the attack, despite the fact that authorities have found […]
In 2004 the city of Paris announced the renovation of Les Halles, an area that until the 1970s served as the main food market of the city. Les Halles gathered farmers and shoppers in the city-center for centuries but in the 70s, the city moved the food market to the suburbs and in its place […]
Saint Denis is a city to the north of Paris, located in the inner suburb of Seine-Saint-Denis. It is, by all measures, a global city. With a population of over 90,000 inhabitants, Saint Denis is extremely diverse. Here we encounter populations from North Africa, Sub-Sahara Africa and the Middle East along with “native” French. The […]
On Friday, May 6 the Gustavus community is celebrating the work of its students during the event Celebration of Creative Inquiry (CCI). From 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm students from all disciplines display posters on class, thesis, collaborative, and/or individual research projects. This year the Geography Department will be well represented. Over 20 presentations will […]
On Friday, November 20, 2015 students of GEG 236 Urban Geography went to Saint Paul’s East Side Enterprise Center (804 Margaret St. Saint Paul, MN 55106). We were received by three wonderful community organizers – Salvador Miranda of Voices for Racial Justice, Yolanda Cotterall from the Latino Economic Development Center, and Pakou Hang from the […]
Our own Dr. Thomas LaVanchy will present his work entitled “When Wells Run Dry: Water and Tourism Along the Western Coast of Nicaragua” All are welcome to attend! Friday, November 6, 2015 3:00 pm – 4:15 pm Armstrong Hall 215 Geography Department Minnesota State University, Mankato
Geocaching in the Arb: A Campus Treasure Hunt Prizes, hot cider, and cookies! Sat, Nov 22, 1:00-3:00pm Melva Lind Interpretive Center Linnaeus Arboretum Everyone welcome!
Ice core paleoclimatology: Studying Earth’s climate history using information locked in glacial ice Wed, Nov 19, 12:30-1:20pm Talk by Dr. Paolo Gabrielli, Principal Investigator, Byrd Polar Research Center, Ohio State University (via video-conference) Olin 103
Celebrate Geography Week, November 16-22, with these events sponsored by the Department of Geography. Everyone welcome! Trivia at Patrick’s: See if your Geography professors know any useful trivia about geography. . . Tue, Nov 18, 7:00pm Patrick’s Bar and Restaurant 125 S 3rd St., Saint Peter, MN Ice core paleoclimatology: Studying Earth’s climate history using […]
Magnus Fredricson, Project Manager for Business Development in Skaraborg, Sweden, and Lindsay Rothschiller ’15 will give a talk on Wednesday, November 12, at 7:00pm in Olin Hall 103 on Carbon lock-in: Components, Consequences and Mitigation Strategies All are welcome. Sponsored by the Scandinavian Studies Department, Environmental Studies Program, and Center for International and Cultural Education.