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- Education is better than Silver or Gold!!!
- Greg Mortenson: A Simple Mistake or a Real Deception?
- School Supplies Drive moves to USF Honors College
- Paying It Forward
- Field Trip To MacDill Air Force Base
- Mortenson: A Man in the Media
- School supplies arrive to Afghanistan
- Hope at the end of the tunnel.
- OPSEC Rules:
- Day 1 - I too can make a difference
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Category Archives: Charity
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
On this last week we came to class excited about the progress we’ve made in our collections. Paper and pens flew through the air as we rushed to finish the mountains of supplies we gathered into such a vast field … Continue reading
Have a little faith. That is the main lesson I learned from this semester partaking in the School Supplies for Afghan Children drive. Intrigue: my initial feeling when I heard about this class. I liked the idea that I would … Continue reading
I came to the last meeting of our Honors class yesterday morning with a box full of supplies to be packed into the flat rate shipping boxes I was also juggling on the walk from my car to the classroom. … Continue reading
Sigh. Today was our last day of class for this semester. Our last day in this class with this group of classmates. Our last day actively collecting school supplies. Today was a really amazing day for our class. It was … Continue reading
Back in February I wrote my first blog on the fear I associated with this project. I realize now, that while I was afraid I would fail at this project, I was more overwhelmed by the task we had before us. … Continue reading