Student Travel News

New Massive Soaky Mountain Waterpark Coming to Sevierville

August 6, 2019

Wilderness Resorts and Waterparks ownership group today announced that they will be building a new attraction in the Smoky Mountain region called Soaky Mountain Waterpark. The new massive 50-acre outdoor waterpark will be located across the street [...]

Top 10 Tips and Ways to Save on Taxes This Year

July 15, 2019

Around 45 percent of American taxpayers think that they pay too much tax. They may be right! Often, you don’t need to be paying as much as you do. Paying tax isn’t just about how much you earn. There are a bunch of tips and tricks to [...]

5 Key Questions to Ask Before Pursuing Grad School

July 11, 2019

Whether you’ve recently graduated with a bachelor’s degree or you’ve been working in a graduate career for some time and want to improve your resume, graduate school may well be something that you’ve considered. Whilst there is absolutely [...]

Travel Ideas for Students Ready to Explore

February 26, 2019

Life as a student has its own unique challenges. You spend your days studying and also have to look for ways to keep your head above water financially. Though some students decide to get part-time jobs in order to get by it can be a somewhat [...]

Schwaller Joins FUN Companies

December 22, 2017

FunME Events, Broadway To You and Music Festivals To You are exited to announce the addition of a new cast member to their team of professionals. Blythe Schwaller has joined the company and will be working in the student entertainment division [...]

Entrepreneurs Revive Iconic People to People Brand

January 9, 2017

Mike Clark’s ECE Travel and Robin Deisenhammer’s PDM Tourism Group are on a mission to re- energize the People to People student travel brand by creating new, unique cultural and interpersonal travel experiences. Earlier this year, their joint [...]

Madame Tussauds DC Welcomes Phelps Figure

August 10, 2016

Coinciding with the highly-anticipated 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Madame Tussauds Washington, DC has welcomed the figure of Olympic gold medalist Michael Phelps. Initially launched by Madame Tussauds San Francisco in 2014, Phelps’ [...]

Rochester Museum Expands Group Tour Program

July 21, 2016

Play time isn’t just for kids. The Strong National Museum of Play in Rochester, N.Y. has announced the expansion of its domestic and international group tour and foreign independent traveler programs, and the addition of Karen Dodson as tourism [...]

Native Peoples Exhibit Set for Oshkosh Museum

April 12, 2016

For the last two years, the Oshkosh (Wisconsin) Public Museum has been researching and developing a new long-term exhibition called People of the Waters that will enable visitors to discover the region’s rich Native American heritage. The story [...]

Madame Tussauds to Open in Nashville

March 23, 2016

Madame Tussauds, the world-famous wax attraction, will open its seventh U.S. location in Nashville at Opry Mills in spring 2017. It will be Madame Tussauds’ first music-themed attraction and the only location in Tennessee. This family-friendly [...]
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