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Category Archives: Afghanistan
My last exam just ended and finally I am getting to breathe a sigh of relief knowing this semester has come to a close. This semester has been one of the hardest and yet most rewarding of my academic career … Continue reading
By taking Social Media, Social Change this semester it has certainly been one of the best experiences of my college career thus far. To image a group of just ten honors students were able to accomplish as much as we … Continue reading
Last night I stopped in to Sacred Grounds coffee house to pick up the last of the supplies I would be collecting this semester. The box wasn’t over flowing, but it was certainly more than I had been expecting. It’s … Continue reading
I’ve spent most of this week in academic agony finalizing my thesis and gathering all the supplementary materials to submit my grad school application; and it dawned on me just how lucky I am. Despite the rising costs and the … Continue reading
On Monday we packed up around forty-five military flat rate shipping boxes to be sent over to Afghanistan, with more to follow in the coming weeks. Each box was carefully filled, taped up, and labeled. All of our hard work … Continue reading
As each day goes by I am one day closer to walking across the stage and take the last few steps as an undergraduate collegiate. With all these senior events I have been attending lately I have had a lot … Continue reading