Author Archives: Moledina

Harvest Share

What is if we could solve food insecurity and stagnating farm income with one solution? Twelve College of Wooster students working with four community advisers tried to devise a plan to do just that. Thirteen percent of Wayne County’s population … Continue reading
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Luxury hotels in India: An isolating experience

By Tom Helsel From Thursday June 16th to Sunday June 19th, I had the pleasure of staying in the three of the nicest hotels I’ve ever experienced. Each hotel had five stars, located in Bangalore, Delhi, and Agra respectively. Each … Continue reading
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Release my inner child: The role of experiential learning in education

By Jean Pham It was a peaceful Sunday night at Student Christian Movement of India (SCMI) after we had just got back from a 4-day experiential camp with Dream a Dream’s students. I felt quite exhausted yet couldn’t sleep right … Continue reading
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Dream a dream’s lifeskill approach goes to camp

By Heather Lockhart-Neff One of experiences I had with GSE was the four days in a rural, rocky area of Kolar, India, about two hours outside of Bangalore. From Thursday until Sunday, I participated in a camp with 32 young … Continue reading
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Realizations about social entrepreneurship

By Emily Foley My field placement with Sattva mirrors many of my facets – a socially-minded, empathetic individual, a business economics student, and an environmentalist. Sattva believes that “addressing complex societal challenges requires a fundamental shift in the way businesses, societies, governments … Continue reading
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Language is..

Bu Emily Colwell Language is a privilege. This is especially true when English is your native language. English is one of the most universally spoken languages, and last week, I was placed in a position where we were operating in … Continue reading
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Acknowledging the power of place: The necessity of mindfulness abroad

By Chris Perrin Dylan and I arrived in the early hours of May 25th and spent the day exploring the area, visiting local street venders, shops, and restaurants. The next day, as more students from this Global Social Entrepreneurship program … Continue reading
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Urban Issues and the Role of SE in Bangalore

By Dylan Pederson The urban space that defines the rapidly growing city of Bangalore is like no other. Strewn with the stalls of hawkers, shops of every kind, and cars and motorcycles, the streets of Bangalore exhibit hopeful potential for … Continue reading
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Buy-One Give-One: Marketing strategies and sustainability

By Tom Helsel The first week working at Sattva in Bengaluru has been a busy one. My first day of work I had to leave early due to stomach illness, however on the second day I hit the ground running … Continue reading
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Structural Violence

By Maite Knorr-Evans I am a Spanish and Global and International Studies major with a political science focus at the College of Wooster. In the fall of 2015, I took Dr. Kent Kille’s Peace Studies class as a part of … Continue reading
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