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The Price of Failure

Published by Jordan Richardson
Children don’t expect you to fail.  I have seen this sentiment in the eyes of the many young athletes I …
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Students checking emails

Published by ivanapremasinghe
Each day brings new activities and new experiences at the Carlson School [for Cerebral Palsy in Auckland, New Zealand]. However, …
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Questions and (some) Answers

Published by Beau Blass
“What are you doing this summer?” Since early spring, I’ve been confronted with this question more times than I can …
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A drawing of a butterfly which was then decorated

The Artists

Published by Nina Kuprasertkul
The curtains above the bed in my old room say “God is An Artist’’, over and over again. But what …
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¿Entiendes?

Published by jordanrichardson
“Do you understand?” is a question that marked the first few weeks of my DukeEngage Experience more than any other. …
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Law & Disorder

Published by Sanjidah Ahmed & Srinath Soundararajan
For the past two weeks, we’ve been working on updating a list of community resources in the area with things …
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Settling into Home

Published by Nina Kuprasertkul
My arrival here was a whirlwind of adjustments including lost luggage, incorrect forms, jet lag, spicy foods, strange bugs, and …
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Una Nueva Aventura

Published by jordanrichardson
I wanted to start this blog post with the words “My first few days in Costa Rica have been____,” but …
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DukeEngage student teaching in Kolkata

Synesthesia

Published by Sydney Jeffs
Part I (Thursday continued…) In vibrant reds and blues the backs of trucks read: “Blow Horn Please.” The request is …
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