College of Agriculture & Natural Resources
Landscape Architecture

What Did You Do Over Break?

Senior Edith Guardado Martinelli taking in one of the few glaciers still present in New Zealand
Senior Edith Guardado Martinelli taking in one of the few glaciers still present in New Zealand

Restful, active, a new experience, or same-old, this
winter break was different for all of our students. Here is
what a couple students had to say about their time off:
How was this winter break different from the rest?
“I was able to travel to New Zealand with Professor
Nola to explore Sustainable Transformation in the
country. We were able to visit both the North and
South Islands and a variety of cities. Some of my
favorite activities included visiting Queenstown,
kayaking on the Milford Sound, hiking Rob Roy’s
Glaccier Trail and the Tongariro Alpine Crossing,
visiting the Waitangi Treaty Grounds in Paihia, and
driving across the 90 mile beach.”
- Edith Guardado Martinelli, Class of 2019
Do you have a favorite experience from winter
break?
“Just after New Years Day, a large group of friends and
I took a trip to Deep Creek Lake to spend some time
exploring the mountainous landscape, skiing at a local
resort, and enjoying one another’s company. It was
refreshing and relaxing to say the least!”

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