Arkansas, Journal

Greek Food Festival: Festivals of Arkansas

Even with the rain, my second time going to the annual Arkansas Greek Food Festival was a success! For those of you who haven't gone, you are missing out! Located at the Greek Orthodox Church in Little Rock, Arkansas this festival celebrates Greek heritage and more! Mark it on your calendars around the month of… Continue reading Greek Food Festival: Festivals of Arkansas

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Difference Makers, General Traveling

A Native in the Making-an Adventure in the Brazilian Amazon Rainforest

My friend Chris S. recently embarked on a journey to stay with the Waiapi tribe in the Brazilian Amazon Rainforest in order to research their culture for his senior thesis. Even though the Waiapi have a culture different than us, it doesn't make ours' better. Keep reading to learn what this amazing tribe can teach… Continue reading A Native in the Making-an Adventure in the Brazilian Amazon Rainforest

Difference Makers, General Traveling

Awed in Africa

Meet Erin L. She is a Senior at University and plans to attend Vet School in the fall. She is an officer of several organizations, enjoys working out, and loves animals. She has traveled to Uganda for the past two years in a row with Visiting Orphans. Uganda has stolen her heart. As you read, her passion will make it hard… Continue reading Awed in Africa

Difference Makers

Passion in the Philippines

Meet Morgan, a 22-year-old senior social work major. She is passionate about preventing and spreading awareness about sex-trafficking, sexual assault, and other injustices. This trip in itself was considered a feat of kindness. God not only used this trip for her to help others, but also to change her life. Can you give me a… Continue reading Passion in the Philippines