Comments Off on The Radar: English Tarnbagging, Track Your Bag, Top 5 Study Abroad Destinations
  • Guardian writer Richard Nelsson describes the art of tarnbagging, the sport of collecting or discovering small lakes called ‘tarns,’ hidden in the English countryside. [The Guardian]
  • Speculated to be a response to the higher fees airlines are now required to pay passengers for lost luggage, Delta Airlines has launched a new bag tracking system. With the new system, fliers receive a tracking number at check-in which they can then use to check the status of their luggage before, during, and after the flight.  [WSJ]
  • Let’s Go guides, a budget guidebook series written and published entirely by college students, has announced its top destinations for study abroad in 2011. Based on opportunities for academic research, language-learning, and  life-changing experiences, China tops the list of best places to study abroad. [Let’s Go]

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