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    Global Insights Features the Cayman Islands

    April 13, 2022

    Dive into crystal waters, swimming with sting rays, and harboring mysterious shipwrecks when visiting the Cayman Islands. James Powell ’24, sophomore accounting major, will present the last spring Global Insights program on Tuesday, April 26, 2022 at 11:30 a.m., in the Rose Room, Brennan Hall 509. Registration is required.

    Powell says his favorite activities are volleyball, kayaking, and scuba diving into the historic ship graveyards off the coast of the islands. “Paddle boarding is pretty relaxing as the water is so calm there.” Tourists can enjoy boat rides to Rum Point and Sting Ray City, where you can actually pet the sting rays.

    Scuba and snorkeling are also very fruitful as he and family and friends hunt for conch, lobster and turtle delicacies from the ocean.

    Powell comes to the University of Scranton as a BIG4 accounting scholarship recipient. He says he enjoys the changing weather here in Pennsylvania. He likes the cold and doesn’t mind the rain and snow.

    Students, faculty and staff are invited to experience the food and traditions at this Global Insights event. Please register here.

    This program is being offered by the Office of Global Education, the Cross Cultural Centers, Residence Life and the Office of Equity and Diversity. For more information, please contact international@scranton.edu or 570-941-4841.

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