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March 19, 2014
  Día uno We left Wagner at 4am, had a long plane ride and finally arrived in San Salvador around 10am.  It was a major culture shock driving down the streets but it was an even bigger shock for them to see us, being foreigners and all.  Our first stop was at a Pupuseria, a […]
March 20, 2014
So far our trip in Haiti is going wonderful. We have accomplished every task that we had planned out. On our second day we went to the local steel market in the tap tap rides. In other words we rode in wagons with swag. Even though they don't have doors or proper seats, tap taps […]
August 5, 2014
Hello all! So I am a part of an exciting group of twenty people led by Dean Wright to Haiti for the alternate spring break. This is day two of our trip and it has been nothing short of exhilarating. We left the campus at 4 am for JFK to catch our 8 am flight to […]
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January 12, 2017
After traveling over 15 hours and 5,200 miles, 22 students, administrators and alumni arrived in early January to the vibrant and bustling city of Accra, Ghana. Equipped with enthusiasm and malaria pills, the students were ready and excited to embark on a two-week service and leadership adventure in Ghana’s capital city.
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January 23, 2017
Spirits were high on the first day of the group’s second week in Ghana, and students felt refreshed and ready to get back to work. This time, the group traveled to the small village of Krofu for a day of construction. As the bus traversed the winding dirt path to the village, the group was informed that before starting any construction work, they were going to be officially welcomed by the village elder, a significant honor!