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In November, I helped host a community festival on Guilford College’s campus known as Fall Fest. Project Community, a student-run community service site, put on Fall Fest for underprivileged children, whose home lives are not the most loving and supportive environments. As a part of the Bonner Center for Community Service & Learning, Project Community aims to help students find volunteer opportunities in the wider community, support other campus student organizations engaged in service issues, and promote a campus-wide ethnic attitude. Fall Fest included fun activities, such as flag football, soccer, karaoke, relay races, face painting, bouncy houses, and a... Continue reading
Posted Aug 30, 2013 at Center for Principled Problem Solving
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In today’s society, too often people simply overlook the issue of bullying and the detrimental consequences it can have on individuals. Did you know that researchers have found that children that are victims of bullying are more likely to have psychiatric trouble as adults as well? Catherine Saint Louis of New York Times wrote an article titled “Effects of Bullying Into Adulthood.” In Louis’ article, she discusses the link that researchers have found between bullying during childhood and psychiatric trouble later in life. Researchers have found that consequences from bullying can sometimes last for a decade after the intimidation has... Continue reading
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Dana Powell, an Anthropology professor at the Appalachian State University, discussed the issue and use of alternative energy in the Navajo Nation. Dana Powell '96 is an alumnus of Guilford College. Before Dana’s presentation, I knew nothing about the Desert Rock Energy Project, not even where the Navajo Nation was located. I did not know what to expect from the discussion, but was ready to actively listen to what Dana had to say. The Navajo Nation is located is a semi- autonomous Native American-governed territory occupying portions of northeastern Arizona, southeastern Utah, and northwestern New Mexico. The Navajo Nation is... Continue reading
Posted Feb 22, 2013 at Center for Principled Problem Solving
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