The road less traveled

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The road less traveled

They summited Mt. Ebert, the highest point in the North American Rockies, and then celebrated the moment with a Marquette salute. Congratulations to (left to right) Meghan (Yohann) Weiss, Arts ’11; Bill Daniels, Bus Ad ’11; Tom Kaminski, H Sci ’11; Matt Weiss, Arts ’11, PT ’13; and Angela Schrubbe, Bus Ad ’11, Grad ’13. The 13-mile round-trip took about seven hours to complete. “It is amazing when you can see mountains for miles in all directions — really makes you appreciate the natural beauty in this world and reminds us that we are such a small piece of something so much bigger,” wrote Schrubbe.

What are you doing out in the world? 

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