Alternative Spring Break

Alternative Spring Break 2019: A Journey in Civic Engagement

Join us as we journey to Memphis, Tennessee, to engage in active citizenship and learn what it means to develop a global mindset. We will be navigating various cultures and communities that may be different from our own, and reflecting on how these experiences shape our view of society.

Mar
15
Arianna Cooper – Reflection 2
We visited Door of Hope, where I helped paint a bedroom. I really enjoyed myse…
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Mar
14
Darius Darling – Reflection 2
As we head home, I reflect on the highlights of this trip. Our time at the Rona…
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Mar
13
Erin Johnson – Reflection 1
It’s been two days and I feel like I’m still processing the people I met, t…
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Mar
13
Darius Darling – Reflection 1
It’s interesting, there is so much we take for granted. We look and we think “th…
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Mar
13
Megha Kunjam – Reflection 1
I am really thankful to Indiana Tech for giving us opportunity to explore the beautif…
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Mar
12
Abby Miller – Reflection 1
Our day at the Civil Rights Museum reminded me of the importance of feeding a beli…
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Mar
12
Arianna Cooper – Reflection 1
Today was an emotional and intense yet, impactful day. First, we visited the Nation…
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Mar
12
Andriana Plange – Inspiration to Break Barriers
Wow! Just Wow! My experience at St. Jude’s is one I don’t think I will easi…
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Mar
12
Andriana Plange – Ronald McDonald House
I was super excited for the game night. I love kids especially when they are hyp…
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Mar
11
Reagan Hegg – Reflection 2
I’m going to lead with it was a tough day We started off at the nation…
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Mar
10
Upasana Ghosh
On Sunday, we visited Ronald McDonald house where we hosted a game night for t…
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Mar
10
Reagan Hegg – Reflection 1
It’s officially day one of Memphis, I was excited and starting to get a litt…
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