How do you fundraise to go to the Arctic and Antarctic?

How do you fundraise to go to the Arctic and Antarctic?

Congratulations! You've been accepted to a Students On Ice expedition. You're just a few steps away from walking onto the ship and into the wild. Students on...

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Trying to Catch Up with Arctic 2014 Alumnus Sergio Ráez Villanueva

Trying to Catch Up with Arctic 2014 Alumnus Sergio Ráez Villanueva

Post-expedition life moves fast, but Arctic 2014 alumnus Sergio Ráez Villanueva moves much faster. In fact, Sergio placed 23rd at the World Junior Track...

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Remembering Dr. Fred Roots, O.C.

Remembering Dr. Fred Roots, O.C.

Dr. Fred Roots, O.C. 5 July 1923 - 18 October 2016 Dear SOI community, As SOI alumni and friends, we can each identify with the depth of connections and...

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Post Arctic Reflection by Ushpreet Mehta (Arctic 2016)

Post Arctic Reflection by Ushpreet Mehta (Arctic 2016)

The overwhelming culture and beauty of the Arctic is hard to describe. This past summer, I had the opportunity to experience and discover the North as a...

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Catching up with 2013 Arctic Alumnus Tyler Rowe

Catching up with 2013 Arctic Alumnus Tyler Rowe

Tyler Rowe, an alumnus of the 2013 Arctic expedition, made headlines in April when he graduated as “Student of the Year” from a two-year Environmental...

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SOI Alumni at the Metro Vancouver Sustainability Toolbox

SOI Alumni at the Metro Vancouver Sustainability Toolbox

The Metro Vancouver Sustainability Toolbox is an annual leadership camp in Vancouver, BC, that brings together students with a passion for promoting...

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IUCN Alumni Reflections on Holes: Alana Krug-MacLeod

IUCN Alumni Reflections on Holes: Alana Krug-MacLeod

Sometimes a hole is at the centre of things. For instance, think of the classic, ring-shaped doughnut (or ‘donut’ in the local context). The missing...

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IUCN Reflections Day 3: Rob Comeau

IUCN Reflections Day 3: Rob Comeau

We are the air. We are the water. We are the land. These words are words that my grandmother has repeated to me and other family members. To me these words...

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IUCN Alumni Reflections from Hilo: Alana Krug-MacLeod

IUCN Alumni Reflections from Hilo: Alana Krug-MacLeod

“Flexibility is key!”  This was the constant refrain when I travelled toward the poles with Students on Ice, and one that served us well when nature...

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