Recent posts from: Trip Blogs 2017


Sunday Funday!


Today was very interesting. We had a lot of ups and downs, literally and figuratively. Ali and I woke up at 6, but everyone else woke up at 6:30. At 7:30, we were on the road to Chimborazo, the highest you can get to the sun on Earth. When I found out that I was going...

Deconstructing Poverty and Aid & Development


We wanted to start of today’s blog post with a quote. “Overcoming poverty is not a task of charity, it is an act of justice. Like slavery and Apartheid, poverty is not natural. It is man-made and it can be overcome and eradicated by the actions of humans...

Final Reflection


For our last day in Matagalpa, we spent it reflecting on our journey, preparing for our departure, and spending time with our new family. To reflect on our time here, Silvan and Maryuleth gave us many questions to think about. Together we chose the moments and people...

The Mountain of Peace


A group of students (Mikaylah, Lezine, Laz, Tannin, Dhruval, Kevin, Elsa, Bryan, Eric) and I climbed Mount Asante yesterday, and it was one of the most invigorating experiences of our lives. The mountain terrain was treacherous-wet, rocky, and muddy. The slope was...

M2C Return Trip Information


Hello Family and Friends of M2C Glimpsers, We know you all are excited for your students to return, so here are some reminders about their flight information: The students will be arriving at Boston Logan International at 12:34 AM on Monday 8/14 on American Airlines...
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