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How to make bricks: A typical day in Cambodia

How to make bricks: A typical day in Cambodia

Global Service Scholar: Qanita Jaleel Country: Cambodia A typical day in Cambodia starts out with a big breakfast consisting of a wide variety of fruit that I do not normally eat in the United States, such starfruit and dragon fruit. While at breakfast my fellow Global Service Scholars and I […]

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A day in Cambodia working with students

A day in Cambodia working with students

Global Service Scholar: Hanna Mirshojae Country: Cambodia In Cambodia, I wake up around 7 a.m. to get ready and finish breakfast by 7:30 a.m., which is when we leave to the elementary school called Treak Community Center. I order the fruit platter every day, since there are limited vegan options. […]

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Today: A typical day in Cambodia

Today: A typical day in Cambodia

Global Service Scholar: Alexis Rodriguez Country: Cambodia My day begins at 6:45 a.m. when I get ready for the day and head downstairs for breakfast. I order my daily pancake and mango shake. At 7:30 a.m., we are picked up by three Tuk Tuk drivers, one of whom is also […]

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Indescribable days

Indescribable days

Global Service Scholar: Jacob Ortiz Country: Cambodia My time in Siem Reap has so far been indescribable. Volunteers at our project site, Treak Community Centre, work Monday through Friday. On each of these days, I wake up around 6:45 a.m. This gives me enough time to get dressed and brush […]

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Daily routines and patterns in Cambodia

Daily routines and patterns in Cambodia

Global Service Scholar: Kimberly Corona Country: Cambodia As the days go by during my stay in Cambodia, it is easy to recognize and find patterns in my daily routine. My day begins at 7 a.m. breakfast time at the Victory Guest House. I try to be spontaneous and order something […]

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Phonics lessons for kids

Phonics lessons for kids

Global Service Scholar: Kayli Savage Country: Cambodia We stay at one of the many guesthouses here in the heavily touristed city of Siem Reap. The guesthouses are accommodating and simple, but different than home. What I like most about them is that on each floor there’s a little balcony that […]

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Anteater Involvement Fair – 9/24/18

Anteater Involvement Fair – 9/24/18

September 24, 2018 12:00 – 4:00 p.m. Aldrich Park Visit the Blum Center for Poverty Alleviation table to learn how to get involved with initiatives including InSight Magazine, online courses open to all undergraduates in Winter and Spring 2019, seed grant funding applications, Global Service Scholars, and Social Enterprise Track […]

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Seeing the differences between Mexico, Paraguay and the U.S.

Seeing the differences between Mexico, Paraguay and the U.S.

Global Service Scholar: Mariela Padilla Country: Paraguay My  stay in Paraguay has been filled with many surprises and many emotions. I hope to grow and develop more interpersonal skills in this  journey, create more memories and leave a positive impact in the school of Cerrito. Being in Paraguay for just […]

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