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Ward ’14: A Little more Irish History

Darius Ward ’14 – Near the conclusion of the immersion trip, each student in my group was encouraged to visit one of several locations and blog about the experience afterwards. So where did I decide to go? Yep, you got … Continue reading

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Wren ’14 Experiences Locals in Rainforest

Luke Wren ’14 – We are in Tarapoto now, our last place we stay until we go back to the States. It is a city in the selva (jungle/rain forest). Today was a long but eventful day. We traveled to … Continue reading

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Stoops ’14 Learning Diversity of Health Services

Mark Stoops ’14 – Today we got up bright and early to travel to Tingo Maria.  Tingo Maria is about 3000 feet below Huánuco which is at an altitude of 6100 ft. The bus ride, although slightly dangerous was very … Continue reading

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Boyer ’14: Lima to Huánuco Eye Opening

J. Dalton Boyer ’14 – Aug. 3 – For not being in a foreign country before, the last four days at Lima have been some of the most enriching days of my life.  My days in Lima have been spent … Continue reading

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Brad Wise ’14: Working in Pamplona Alta

Bradley Wise ’14 -  For a few days now, we have been helping and working at the campaign for Solaridad en Marcha. As of  today, to make it easier for other people to reach our area, we changed locations to … Continue reading

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Kitley ’13, Students Learn About Health Programs

Weston Kitley ’13  – 7/31/2012 – Today the group went to continue and participate in the health campaign which was in partnership with Solidaridad en Marcha. The goal was to give medical care to those in this region. We assisted … Continue reading

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Dabbs ’15 Learning About Peru’s Poor

Chris Dabbs ’15 – Bienvenidos de Peru! Today, as I walked the muddy, feces covered streets of Pamplona Alta, the only thing that kept running through mind was: “Poor in Peru is completely different than poor in the United States”. … Continue reading

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