SHU Crew doesn’t mess around. We do work. And when I say we do work, I mean that the 10 members of Seton Hill University’s community made a huge difference in countless people’s lives during our time in New Orleans, Louisiana (NOLA). Continue reading
After rising early to complete our chores required as a part of our stay at Camp Hope (cleaning up after breakfast and cleaning bathrooms and shower rooms), the SHU Crew traveled a little over a mile down the road to work at a newly operational arc center. For those of you unfamiliar with arc, it is a non-profit dedicated to providing service, employment and a sense of community to the mentally challenged. Continue reading
New Orleans has culture like no other city I’ve ever visited. The city, people and general atmosphere leaves visitors gaping, eager to soak up as much of the culture as possible. I’m not even sure you could see everything in the city if you lived there. I imagine there could be countless adventures to be had as well as an inumerablen amount of mysteries to uncover. Continue reading
It’s 5 a.m….I’ve been up since close to 2:30 and in a van for almost an hour already. I still have about 17-18 hours to go.
I, along with six students, 2 professors and D-Man from Seton Hill University, am on my way to New Orleans, Louisiana to work for Habitat for Humanity during Spring Break. Continue reading