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March 11, 2019

Field Day Reflections

Andrew Foley, A Watch, Lawrence University

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The second to last field day of the voyage is scheduled for today, but as I have learned with life aboard, the schedule is always subject to change. Since I am part of A watch, that means I have the joy of cleaning every surface and dish in the galley.

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October 02, 2017

October 1st, Wherefore Art Thou?

Arya Jemal, B Watch, Swarthmore College

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Whoever said time travel was impossible surely underestimated the power of the Robert C. Seamans. Last night the Seamans crossed the International Date Line, meaning for all of us aboard, the date of October 1st never happened.

The International Date Line runs in between American Samoa and Tonga, and arbitrarily runs through the Pacific Ocean from the North Pole to Antarctica.