Monthly Archives: January 2011

Final Reflections on the FIMRC Trip to El Salvador

Michael Hegeman ’12 – Looking back on the trip, I could go on for what seems like forever about how incredible my experience in El Salvador was. But all of the other blogs can be read to for those interested … Continue reading

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After Two Weeks Work, Two Days of Fun

Brett Birch ’12  - The last two days that we have spent in El Salvador have been incredible. The clinic closes on the weekend so we were able to take advantage of the beautiful nature that El Salvador has to offer. … Continue reading

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Final Day at Clinic Stirs Reflection

Casey Wright ‘12, Jan. 7 – Friday was a day of mixed emotions, but all in all, it was a very good day.  It started on a sad note, as we had to say goodbye to two members of our … Continue reading

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Healthcare Extends Beyond the Human Residents

Jordan Ferguson ’12, Jan. 6 -  After waking up at 7:30 sore from our intense soccer practice on Wednesday, the group once again was served a Salvadorian breakfast and we made our way to the Las Delicias clinic.  We quickly … Continue reading

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Helping with Education and a Little Muscle

Krishna Devineni ’12 – Today (Jan. 5) instead of working at the Clinic, we went to a construction site where we worked with FIAT to build a daycare.  We literally dug the foundation for it, moved the dirt to make … Continue reading

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El Salvador Trip has Big Impact on Knox

Matthew Knox ’13 – My alarm goes off, and I get up at 7. I was tired from the day before, but ecstatic to get the day started. This morning for the traditional El Salvadoran breakfast we ate eggs with … Continue reading

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Students get to Work First Day in Village

Chris Deig ’12 - After a relaxing dinner and night out in the city of San Salvador, we got up early to get to work in the health clinic.  We were all excited to meet the different families in the area, and … Continue reading

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