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- The Best Excuse for Missing a Dentist Appointment…
- The Harsh Life for a Child of Afghanistan
- Greg Mortenson: A Simple Mistake or a Real Deception?
- Packing Boxes Full of School Supplies and Emotions
- Twitter, Gators & Student Government- Oh My!
- So Much Accomplished, So Much More To Do
- An "Educational" Day
- Sarasota troop headed back to Afghanistan needs our help
- A definite success all around!
- Making a difference: One Residence Hall at a Time
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Tag Archives: philanthropy
Throughout my blogs this semester I have not made it a secret that the scope of this class brings me as much joy and excitement as it does anxiety and worries. There is so much that can be done, so … Continue reading
Since beginning this Honors course at USF to collect school supplies for children in Afghanistan, I feel like I have ridden every ride at an amusement park. My decision to enroll in this class was like stepping onto Space Mountain … Continue reading
On the first day of class this semester, as Professor Temple described the assignments and scope of this course, my mind was racing with ideas of constituent groups I could ask to support the collection of School Supplies for Afghanistan … Continue reading
I began my Monday morning in the typical way: by jumping out of bed and running to the coffee machine. Little did I know at the time that the choice to drink out of my American Flag coffee mug would … Continue reading
People who give, give for different reasons. Recognition, feelings of worth, or the knowledge of what they did will help to create change. Despite these differences people who give usually share one thing in common, which is the idea that … Continue reading