Ethical College Admissions (the blog, not the concept) is going on summer break, to return in August. It’s been a good year, with no shortage of ethical issues to tackle and recognition for the blog in places like the Washington Post, InsideHigherEd.com, and Reuters.com. I am grateful to all those who read the blog, with special appreciation to those who comment either privately or publicly. Your interest and support means a lot.
Part of the reason for shutting down now is that I have an opportunity this summer to do something I have never been able to do. Beginning tomorrow my wife and I will be going “on holiday” in Europe for five weeks. We will be spending four weeks in the Tuscan city of Lucca, combining a writing vacation for me (unless I find the Italian lifestyle and ambiance so appealing that I give up on that plan) and some day trips. We’ll follow that with a week of travel through the Swiss Alps by train and on to Paris and London.
My plan (subject to change) is to blog about the trip. If you have interest in following our adventures, you can access the blog at www.JumpinLucca.blogspot.com. Ciao!