Author Archives: James VanDyke

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This week has been a whirlwind

Jade is a junior dance major with a minor in psychology and is from Jacksonville, Florida. This summer, she is working with 11 other SMU dance and CCPA students, along with Dr. Maria Dixon, on a mustangconsulting project to help revitalize the Dance Theatre of Harlem’s touring company. Other Mustang Consultants will be adding their entries to this blog throughout the summer. Continue reading

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Introduction

She is returning to Nepal this summer (2007) to work with “Peace Ambassadors,” a peace project funded by the Kathryn Wasserman Davis Fund. Continue reading

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Introduction

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The finish line

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Just a monkey and a smile…

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Racing in Portland

Tatiana is planning an active summer, training for triathlons in Hawaii-California-Oregon. Continue reading

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TOUCHING DOWN IN THE U.K.

Jonathan, a junior majoring in psychology, will branch out from his hometown of San Antonio to visit New Mexico and England. Continue reading

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Two or three days from Santiago

After graduating in 2007 with a CCPA major and French minor, Dale moved to London to intern in Parliament and experience more international perspective. Each year he strives to visit two international festivals and tackle at least one major adventure. In 2007 he attended Carnivale in Venice and will attend Fiesta de San Fermin (running of the bulls) in Pamplona. For adventure, he chose trekking the West Highland Way (100 miles) in Scotland and the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage (500 miles) in Spain. He plans to continue education and dreams of achieving a Ph.D. from a top university for leadership which would allow him to work in international leadership development. Continue reading

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Fried and Double-Fried…

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Something new

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