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May 11, 2021

Canned Mandarins and Other Updates

Elisabeth Landgren, B- Watch, Macalester College

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We left Delaware Bay yesterday and have finally shifted into our third phase where we get to be junior watch officers and junior lab officers.

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May 09, 2021

Land Ho!

Kass Wojcik, A-Watch, Bryn Mawr College

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This weekend we got to spend some time ashore at Cape Henlopen State Park in Delaware which was fun, relaxing, and totally awesome.

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May 08, 2021

What is life right now!?!?

Kayla Sklar, C Watch, Northeastern University

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Wow what a crazy last few days we have had aboard the Corwith Cramer! Yesterday was one of the coolest days of my life for sure and here is why?

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May 07, 2021

Would You Rather: Aliens or Mermaids?

Kass Wojcik, A-Watch, Bryn Mawr College

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I saw undeniable proof of aliens and mermaids last night.

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May 06, 2021

A Day That Just Kept Getting Better

Elena Kaminskaia, C Watch, Whitman College

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I was woken up at 0600, 20 minutes before breakfast, almost falling out of my bunk, and knew right away we are sailing on port tack and the wind is quite strong.

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May 05, 2021

Surprise to Sunset

Lydia Shaw, A Watch, Skidmore College

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Happy Cinco de Mayo! My day began as I was woken up for dawn watch (0100-0700) at 0030.

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May 04, 2021

Understanding the Racial Demographics and Barriers to Accessing Recreational Ocean Spaces

Cam Ragland & Natalie Cross, Union College & Stanford University

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Spending the past few weeks staring out at miles and miles of ocean has led to a lot of thinking and contemplation.

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May 04, 2021

“Fast Plastic:” Evaluating Fast Fashion and Wastewater as a Source for Marine Microplastics…

Lucy Manlick & Emma Iverson, Mount Holyoke College & Macalester College

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“Fast Plastic:” Evaluating Fast Fashion and Wastewater as a Source for Marine Microplastics in the Rachel Carson NERR

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May 04, 2021

Bon Voyage, Mini Boats!

Ariana Patterson, C Watch, Northeastern University

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Today we had a wonderful send off for the mini boats from Harvard Kent Elementary in partnership with the USS Constitution Museum.

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May 03, 2021

A Language All Her Own

Kira Fontana, A Watch, American University

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Early this morning, A Watch had the deck sailing on a broad reach starboard tack under the four lowers, c/o 070° PSC. After B Watch relieved A Watch at 0100, they gybed to a port tack c/o 300° PSC, gybed three more times over the following hours, and changed course to 000° PSC at 0445.

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