While many of us were in the midst of going to the beach, camps, or just hanging out at home, Charlotte Gosnell (’14) went on the adventure of a lifetime. For two and a half weeks, Gosnell explored Paraguay, performed many acts of Social Action, and learned a lot about herself and the world around [...]
Ever since volunteering with Habitat for Humanity in middle school, I wanted to “help build it” as their fancy t-shirts advertise. During my junior year I finally had the opportunity to do what I had waited years to accomplish. In a group of 10 girls and 2 teachers I traveled to New Orleans to work [...]
Eliana Fassihi (2013) guides the freshmen class through the tall glass doors into the welcoming lobby of Sunrise at Fox Hill, an elderly home in Bethesda. Upon arrival she separates her group into smaller sub units, Volley ball, Bingo, or Charades. As the women and men walk past the group, they excitedly and gratefully say [...]
Transportation is a necessity in all parts of the world. Without it, work would be done at a slower rate, with more difficulty, or not even at all. In some communities in foreign countries, access to affordable methods of transportation, including bicycles, is much more difficult than in the United States. But what if there [...]
Every year Campus Ministry Board holds a penny drive during Lent to fulfill the Catholic commitment to alms-giving.