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Volunteering at the Food Bank

Published by Michael Castro
Volunteering at the food bank made me quite emotional. I was helping out with registration overall, but I mainly focused …
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Truth Hurts: Nonprofit Edition

Published by Alice Wu
When the program first began, I was astounded at how long the program was. In comparison to other DukeEngage programs …
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Full of Potential

Published by Molly Chakraborty
Throughout my life, I’ve heard many things to describe, or maybe even justify, why people are homeless. It’s their fault; …
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My Gay Summer

Published by Nathan Heffernan
Texas to California I grew up in an upper middle-class suburb of Houston, Texas, in a town once nicknamed the …
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Everyone has a Story

Published by Julia Ziaee
It was another humid Saturday evening in DC. I was with a peer of mine who was standing in the …
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Everyone has a Story

Published by Julia Ziaee
It was another humid Saturday evening in DC. I was with a peer of mine who was standing in the …
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We all were children once too.

Published by Rebekah Lester
After two or three weeks of walking the same Boston sidewalk to work, blindness sets in. You begin to unsee …
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I Regret DukeEngage

Published by Cecilia Cardelle
All last year, I grappled with whether or not I should apply to DukeEngage. I knew that if I participated …
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A Blemished Golden State

Published by Emily Ma
When I initially told my friends and family that I was partaking in Duke Engage in Orange County, I was …
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