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- Knowledge is power: Dallas assists with humanitarian crisis
- The long route to fight human trafficking
- Are we there yet?
- Working together to solve inequities in education
- I am woman, hear me roar
- Back to the future
- Three girls’ nights, three learning experiences
- Creating a feeling of ‘home’ in the Commons
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Members of SMU Habitat for Humanity traveled to El Salvador in May 2010 to build two houses in a rural community of about 90 families. Read their blog.
Students participating in SMU-in-China this summer visited Guangzhou in mainland China and learned about the city’s impact on the economy. Jina is blogging about their experiences. Read her blog.
SMU students visited the Colosseum in Rome during July as part of SMU-in-Italy. Alexandria, who took this photo of the group, blogged about her experiences. Read her blog.
Lydia (seated left) is spending summer 2010 in Mexico with SMU-in-Xalapa, where she has raced in go-karts, danced with a crowd and wakes up to a rooster. Read her blog.
CCPA students helped remud the historic St. Francisco de Asis Church in Taos in June 2010. They’re also interning at nonprofit organizations and taking classes at SMU-in-Taos. Read their blog.
Ten students in SMU’s Model United Nations program participated in the World Model U.N. 2010 Conference in Taipei, Taiwan. The SMU delegation was assigned to represent Armenia at the conference and won two outstanding delegate awards. Read their blog.
While participating in Alternative Spring Break 2010 in Mexico, students visited the anthropology museum in Xalapa. Read their blog.
Rachel spent spring break 2010 in Paris researching French slang, or “Verlan,” as part of a Richter Research Fellowship. Read her blog.
Students, faculty and staff participating in the 2010 Civil Rights Pilgrimage walked across the Edmund Pettus Bridge on the 45th anniversary of Bloody Sunday. Read their blog.