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Author Archives: krupal10
So this week in class, Professor Temple had invited the last year’s class for a special award ceremony. The students from last year’s class collected more than 200 boxes of school supplies and raised $4,000 for the shipping fund. They … Continue reading
Earlier this evening, Archana Reddy (Ana) and I attended the regular Honors College Student Counsel meeting in Juniper Poplar building on campus. The meeting was very brief and we waited until the Honors Counsel members were done presenting their events and … Continue reading
This week, we have begun to plan out events to help raise school supplies. Everyone is working hard and thinking of unique ideas to get donations. The classroom was very energetic. This got me thinking of how much of a … Continue reading
How do I collect school supplies? This thought has been going through my mind ever since our class started. But now I have a few ideas about how I can accomplish this. I just need to manage my time and … Continue reading
This week officially marks the start of our school supplies fundraising. The goal is to fill 10 flat-rate shipping boxes per a person. When I first heard our goal, it seemed like a huge number. The thought of not being … Continue reading
When I hear of Afghanistan, I imagine a war where the two sides clearly fight face to face. But to my surprise, the war in Afghanistan is anything but a fight that is face to face. The fight is more … Continue reading