Category: News

Postcard Press Picks: Campfire Safety

Postcard Press Picks: Campfire Safety In the midst of the California wildfire, it’s important to discuss all of the variables that caused what is known as the Camp Fire and some fire safety pointers for first-time campers. The Camp Fire has quickly become the deadliest wildfire in California’s history, so far measuring 200 square miles […]

Postcard Press Picks: Iceland’s Banned Christmas Ad

Postcard Press Picks: Iceland’s Banned Christmas Ad Earlier this week, Iceland’s banned Christmas ad went viral on the Internet. The animated commercial features a young girl angry with an orangutan that is destroying her room, so she throws him out. But, before he goes, she asks why he is in her room to begin with. […]

Postcard Press Picks: How NASA is Changing the Way We Travel

Postcard Press Picks: How NASA is Changing the Way We Travel Traveling is wonderful, and traveling often is even more fun! But, there is a downside to everything, and traveling often to different places across different time zones comes with extra baggage: the dreaded jet lag! But what if there was a way or a […]

FIFA WORLD CUP 2018: How Soccer Brings Cultures Together

FIFA WORLD CUP 2018: How Soccer Brings Cultures Together FIFA, the global governing body also known as Federation Internationale de Football Association, founded the FIFA World Cup in 1930. The World Cup, which takes place in a different host country every four years, is a global soccer competition between 32 teams from dozens of different […]

National Park Free Days

National Park Free Days Road trip season is upon us! Students are celebrating graduations and what better way to mark your first summer of “freedom” than to hit the road and visit a new place! If traveling abroad seems too overwhelming at first, consider checking out some national parks right here in the U.S. where […]

Special Interest: France & Sustainability

Special Interest: France & Sustainability   As a self-proclaimed sustainability aficionado, I was thrilled at the opportunity to write a feature on la France! Each time I see a byline about France, it’s regarding their fantastic strides towards a completely green and sustainable future for their region. I’ve separated these successes into different categories, so […]

☀️ Spring Break ☀️

☀ Spring Break ☀ Happy April, Travelers! As we start the month, Postcard Press also reaches an important milestone: our 6 month anniversary! Thank you so much for going on this journey with us and helping to make our first 6 months successful. We’ve had so much fun as we’ve explored ourselves and the world. We have worked towards finding […]

What the Winter Olympics Teaches Us about the World

What the Winter Olympics Teaches Us about the World Every four years, the Winter Olympics is a winter experience like no other. Filled with a variety of exciting and death-defying winter sports, this two-week event is actually a thrilling way to immerse yourself in the host country as well as learn about world cultures and […]

The Problem with Logan Paul’s Trip to Japan

The Problem With Logan Paul’s Trip to Japan The horse is still twitching, so let’s beat it some more. This essay is not going to delve too deep into the “We Found a Dead Body” video because enough people have covered that. But not enough people have addressed the overall behavior during Logan Paul’s trip […]

Meet the Postcard Press Team: Jacqueline

Meet Jacqueline! I hope to say without judgement that I have never been out of the country before (apart from a Disney cruise to the Bahamas when I was a small child) but I have been to a few spots in North America. Before we get back to that, a little bit about myself first. […]

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