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  • Leaving for my service trip, I ached knowing I was also leaving my addictions: my phone, computer, social media, video games, and the regularity of our environment. I left the “black and white” for the “gray”. However I was about to realize, that leaving those...

    Lighting the Darkness

    Leaving for my service trip, I ached knowing I was also leaving my addictions: my phone, computer, social media, video games, and the regularity of our environment. I left the “black and white” for the “gray”. However I was about to realize, that leaving those...

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  • It was a warm, windy morning. The van was loaded, and all the passengers were accounted for as we set off on I-80E. After a grueling eight hour van ride, we arrived to a dark “college looking” campus. We left the van and met Robin,...

    Experiences at St. Mary of the Woods

    It was a warm, windy morning. The van was loaded, and all the passengers were accounted for as we set off on I-80E. After a grueling eight hour van ride, we arrived to a dark “college looking” campus. We left the van and met Robin,...

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  • There is nothing that can adequately explain the bonds that were formed in the amazing city of New Orleans. These connections were established anywhere from cooking dinner as a group, reflecting about the day’s service late at night, or even jam sessions in a long...

    The NOLA Experience

    There is nothing that can adequately explain the bonds that were formed in the amazing city of New Orleans. These connections were established anywhere from cooking dinner as a group, reflecting about the day’s service late at night, or even jam sessions in a long...

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  • Mahatma Gandhi once said, “The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.” That is exactly what happened on my service trip.  I served a community in Cleveland, Ohio and felt so humbled afterward. I found a passion for...

    Exhilarated

    Mahatma Gandhi once said, “The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.” That is exactly what happened on my service trip.  I served a community in Cleveland, Ohio and felt so humbled afterward. I found a passion for...

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  • Wednesday, November 12 Keneflick Salvadoran Martyrs Film Series: “Roses in December.” Join us for the screening of ‘Roses in December,” third film in this series of commemorating the 25th Anniversary of the Salvadoran Martyrs. The Kenefick Chair in the Humanities is proud to host a...

    Weekly Update: November 12-16

    Wednesday, November 12 Keneflick Salvadoran Martyrs Film Series: “Roses in December.” Join us for the screening of ‘Roses in December,” third film in this series of commemorating the 25th Anniversary of the Salvadoran Martyrs. The Kenefick Chair in the Humanities is proud to host a...

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  • World Cafe Dialogue: “Dear White People” A Dialogue on the Recent Film Tuesday, November 11, 2014 @ 9PM CCSJ Multipurpose Room (Harper 2067) Film Streams is currently showing the movie, “Dear White People,” a movie about race, privilege, and identity at a college campus. In...

    World Cafe Dialogue: “Dear White People”

    World Cafe Dialogue: “Dear White People” A Dialogue on the Recent Film Tuesday, November 11, 2014 @ 9PM CCSJ Multipurpose Room (Harper 2067) Film Streams is currently showing the movie, “Dear White People,” a movie about race, privilege, and identity at a college campus. In...

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