Monthly Archives: April 2011

The Glass Half Full

After a week of sleeping on the pleasantly soft ground, I have decided to look past the initial discomfort and speak about a couple positives that I noticed while staying in the ShelterBox. Even though I woke up every morning … Continue reading

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engineering with a purpose: day 2 in the living village!

What a beautiful morning! We have now stayed two nights at the Living Village on SMU’s exquisite campus, and what an experience it’s been. Our first night was spent with live music, volleyball, and s’mores. Everyone went off to bed … Continue reading

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After a Chilly Night in a Tent

I was not expecting the night of sleep to turn out as bad as it did because I have stayed a week in a couple different third world countries. Even in the countries I have been to, they always spoil … Continue reading

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Night Numero Uno

So, last night was the first night staying in the UNHCR tent for me.  The tent is huge!  It could easily fit 10 people or more and considering I was one of the two people partying in the UNHCR tent … Continue reading

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Welcome to Engineering & Humanity Week!

The Hunt Institute has created Engineering & Humanity Week to engage the Dallas community in “Redefining What’s Possible.”  E&H Week will showcase innovative technologies and products that are energy-efficient, long-lasting, affordable to the poor, and ultimately profitable.  More about the week can … Continue reading

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