Alternative Spring Break in Taos

Students participating in the Alternative Spring Break trip to Taos, N.M., are partnering with Taos Habitat for Humanity to help build a home. During the week, they’ll stay at the SMU-in-Taos campus at Fort Burgwin and will have the chance to take a break on the slopes.

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Hello, from Taos

Site leader Bryan, a senior engineering student, writes:

Hello, everyone, wishing you were with our ASB group in beautiful Taos, NM!

We arrived after what seemed like a very short ride, probably because most of us were asleep, and got right into learning the ropes of the SMU-in-Taos campus, which is extremely white and beautiful.

Everyone has moved into their Casita (living quarters), and we are settling in just fine. Tomorrow we will wake up early and head over to the site for Habitat for Humanity, which we will be building with for the next four days. Then, we will be skiing on Taos Mountain (rough life, I know).

I can’t wait for this great experience, I’m just going to go to bed right now. Take care and I’ll write soon.

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