To my home away from home: Shalom and Lehitra’ot

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To my home away from home: Shalom and Lehitra’ot

By Antrelle D. Clark As I boarded the Delta flight #249 for my 12-hour flight back to the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, I began to reminisce over all of the memories I made and the people I met. I remember the day I found out that I would be spending the summer in Israel. I was filled with so much excitement until the day got closer, then I started to […]

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Unfamiliar to Familiar, Expected to Unexpected

Read the LOREX Blog By Antrelle D. Clark As my time in Israel slowly comes to an end over the next two weeks, I would just like to say…it has been quite a time, from adapting to the unfamiliarities here, to trying to steer around the roadblocks I didn’t expect in my research. A mug connecting the USA to Israel. As a temporary resident of Israel, I started becoming familiar

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Antrelle’s sky trip to the Middle East!

Read the LOREX Blog By Antrelle D. Clark Hello fellow water lovers, my name is Antrelle D. Clark and I am entering my third year as a PhD student in Marine Biology and Geographic Information Systems Science at Auburn University (Auburn, Alabama). I am interested in studying marine symbiotic relationships using predictions associated with climate change to identify and alter the state of their relationship. As a member of the

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