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One of the key areas of study in this class is how you harness your social network and your personal contacts to support a cause. We try to teach the students in this class about the true power of … Continue reading →
Twelve unique individuals, striving toward the same goal: 120 boxes, 10 per person, whichever you prefer. A once overwhelming and daunting bar to clear, now no longer seems like such an Olympic feat. But though our actions seem sparse and … Continue reading →
I never thought this semester I would hear the question “Why would people care?” in so many varieties: “How can we get them to care?”, “Why does this matter?”, “Why not donate to a school in the Tampa bay area?”, … Continue reading →
Prior to entering USF nearly two years ago, I would have never imagined to be in the position at where I stand today. I never thought that I would one day be leading an organization in the role of a … Continue reading →
There are many doubters out there that say one person can’t make a difference, but if you have knowledge of almost any relief effort or any major institute, you will see that it usually started with the dream of one … Continue reading →
We are now five weeks into the semester, and it’s safe to say we’ve had our fair share of roadblocks. After all, it isn’t easy to promote a cause in a way that will influence people to take action. How … Continue reading →
I have to admit that when I started this class, I was a little skeptical. I wanted to take the class because I felt that this class, more than any of the others I could take, was the only class … Continue reading →
This whole project has pushed me into doing something I really wasn’t happy about. I mean, I’m glad to get to help out kids, and hopefully I can help a lot of them, but it turns out that that’s not … Continue reading →
“Waiting for a train to go or a bus to come, or a plane to go or the mail to come, or the rain to go or the phone to ring, or the snow to snow or waiting around for … Continue reading →