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Green Brain Food for Students: Share Your Tips

College is a time of expanding horizons on limited budgets. All too often, students scrimp on nutrition and sacrifice their environmental ideals when they turn to highly packaged convenience foods. The good news is that there is life beyond ramen. We came up with nine ingredients for green studen...

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The Volunteer Spirit, Seen Across Cultures

The New York Times had an article about volunteer street cleanup in Pakistan. “The youth of Pakistan wants to change things,” said Shahram Azhar, the lead singer for Laal, a Pakistani rock band, reflecting an attitude that is typical of this rebellious younger generation. “The reason the Taliba...

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Tags: Activism, Asia, Culture, Pakistan, Service, Strategy, Student, Trash, Volunteer
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Trip to Greensburg, Kansas: Part 2

Kelsey O'Boyle is a New Dream Development Intern whose service-learning leanings led her to an unforgettable Spring Break this year. Read Part 1 of her trip. Part 2: Greensburg and Green Technology Our volunteer group explored the small town every day after volunteering, making discoveries abo...

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Tags: Building, Education, Green technology, Kansas, Student, Trip, Volunteer
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Spring Break Service Trip to Greensburg, The Greenest Town in America

Kelsey O'Boyle is a New Dream Development Intern whose service-learning leanings led her to an unforgettable Spring Break this year. Part 1: “Where are you going for spring break?” I was asked this question numerous times a day before classes ended and the George Washington University’s spring ...

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Tags: College, Environment, Green energy, Green technology, Greensburg, Kansas, Rural, Service, Student, Volunteer
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