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All posts tagged "nicaragua"
School of Business to start microlending program
The Ion Bank Foundation recently gave the School of Business $10,000 in order to start a microlending program for local businesses, according to a press release on March 6. Students from the School of Business will also...
- Posted March 29, 2017
Service trips provide new outlook on life
When making plans for Spring Break, students may be quick to book a trip to Cancun or schedule shifts at their part-time jobs back home. But instead, students can choose to help others on service trips to...
- Posted February 19, 2014
Scientists from Nicaragua to discuss public health issues
On Thursday, April 18, four microbiologists from the medical school of UNAN-León in Nicaragua will hold a discussion on various diseases native to Nicaragua, and the impact of these diseases on public health. The event will take...
- Posted April 16, 2013
Inside the mind of an alternative spring breaker
Name: Charlie Doe Year: Sophomore Major: English Destination: Leon, Nicaragua Who did you go with? Did you meet any interesting people? The Albert Schweitzer Institute sent 28 students from all grades including five leaders and some faculty....
- Posted March 27, 2013