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Education Through Volunteer Travel

Hi all! I’d like to introduce Cathryn Campell, who discovered the importance of education for people worldwide after volunteering in Uganda. Her story offers a great example of the benefits that come with volunteer travel. Read more of Cathryn’s guest … Continue reading

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Calling All Parents, Teachers, and Professors!

“’Be selfless, if only for selfish reasons’ is one of my favorite paradoxes. Generous acts strengthen our bonds with others, and what’s more, studies show that happiness is often boosted more by providing support to other people than receiving it.” … Continue reading

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The Four Seniors You’ll Meet in College

As a college senior, I have spent this year observing the various paths my friends and peers plan to take after graduation. While the categories I have come up with are certainly not all encompassing, here are some observations: The … Continue reading

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