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United Nations World Water Day

International World Water Day is held annually on March 22nd as a means of focusing attention on the importance of freshwater and advocating for the sustainable management of freshwater resources. Each year, World Water Day highlights a specific aspect of freshwater. This year’s theme is “Water and Food Security”. Find out more information about food [...]

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The Story of Stuff – When Humans & the Environment are Included in the Picture!

By Carissa Smith If you are interested in learning about where all of our wonderful “stuff” comes from watch this video about the story of stuff. You may be surprised about the story of the people and the environment that are inextricably connected to the story of our economic system. This 20 minute synopsis of [...]

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A Glimpse Into a Service Trip

By: Tori Mierkey~ Fall Break Service Trip Participant to South Omaha (Pixan Ixim and OneWorld) Service trips encompass so many different experiences that it is hard to sum it up with this short video, but if someone asked me why I thought they should go on a service trip, I feel all they would need [...]


Invitation Accepted – IFTJ 2011

Two Creighton Students, Christine Bolas and Claire Bowens, share their experiences of receiving invitations at the Ignatian Family Teach-In For Justice 2011. They both share how they received, and acted upon, invitations to take their service experiences to a deeper level.

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Rock, Paper, Scissors- Not Just Good For Making Decisions

By Katie Nedley (Montgomery Trip Co-Coordinator) In general meetings up to this point, Fall Break Service Trip participants have played games, told stories, and shared fun facts about themselves to bond with their small groups. General meeting number three, though, that was a different story! To facilitate large group bonding, the Core Team had everyone [...]


How to Feed the World?

By: Anna Green I came across this video in an email yesterday and think it is a simple, yet great way to display the unequal distribution of food in the world. The population of the world is increasing at an alarming pace- one in which, if we do not change our current lifestyles, will not [...]

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