Adopt-A-Street

6 men in front of fraternity house with bags of trash

Adopt-A-Street Steven Spoher (PC, ’17) participated in the “Adopt-A-Street” program through his fraternity, Phi Gamma Delta. He and his brothers cleaned up trash along assigned blocks around campus. Steven enjoyed this time of service: “Walking down the street and seeing just how much garbage accumulates was an eye-opening experience. I felt as if I had…

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Write for Rights and Earn Hours

Write for Rights and Earn Hours SU’s Amnesty International club is hosting a Write for Rights Campaign November 8th. All students are encouraged to stop by during our writing sessions – during which we will write letters advocating for the rights of individuals around the world. This is a great opportunity to get involved with…

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Help Rebuild Puerto Rico

Help Rebuild Puerto Rico Together, for our Orange family. Together, for Puerto Rico. Let’s help rebuild. Join us on a Disaster Relief Trip to Puerto Rico Trip dates: Dec. 16-22, 2017 Information session: Tuesday, October 31st, 2017 @ 7pm Deadline to apply: November 3rd, 2017 @ 11:59pm Acceptance Notification: November 10th, 2017 Questions? Contact: Devon Bartholomew, Angie…

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Hurricane Relief @ the Dome Team

weather map with caption "Hurricane Relief"

Hurricane Relief @ the Dome Team A group of students, faculty, and administrators has been working on Hurricane Relief initiatives on behalf of hurricane-devastated islands in the Caribbean and other areas on the US mainland.  We are requesting volunteers for a major upcoming relief effort: a pre-game fund-raising event which will take place at the…

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A Basic Human Right — Clean Water

Thirst Project logo

A Basic Human Right — Clean Water Taylor Sorice (AS ’20) has worked with the Thirst Project for 5 years helping to build fresh-water wells in areas that don’t have access to clean water. From June 22nd to the 24th, Taylor, along with 14 other members of the Thirst Project, visited communities in Swaziland, Africa. We…

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