Monthly Archives: November 2012

The power of volunteers

An update from Garrett, a senior majoring in religious studies and political science: When I first found out about the Jubilee organization and its positive effect on its surrounding community, I was naturally astounded and inspired. I’d heard of similar … Continue reading

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From Big Tex to personal testimonies

An update from Sergio, a senior majoring in communication studies and Spanish: Learning about Jubilee Park this semester is an extraordinary experience. I find it fascinating that there are community centers that serve their community to the full extent. In … Continue reading

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Making an impact

An update from Bruno, a senior international studies major with a minor in Spanish: Being part of this fun learning opportunity at Jubilee Park & Community Center, I have been very interested in getting to know more about the Community … Continue reading

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Matagorda Island Sea Kayaking: Fall Break Trip 2012

An update from Amanda, Outdoor Adventures Trip Leader: On October 13, eight people set out to conquer and explore Matagorda Islands over SMU’s fall break. They came back on October 16, four days later, stronger, wiser, and with an incredible … Continue reading

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Back to Jubilee Park’s beginnings

An update from Courtney, a junior majoring in psychology and minoring in photography: As a student in Latino Religions, throughout the semester I have explored religious identities of the Latino population and how those individuals go about exploring and practicing … Continue reading

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