02.23.15

Feel the Furaha

Emma Satzger

She works tirelessly to save her money, so that one day she will be able to buy a big bed and all 3 of her children will come home to her. She has more hope than anyone I’ve ever met, a hope that keeps a smile on her face and the light in her eyes, a hope that warmed her home even on that cold, wet Valentines Day.

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02.12.15

Milan and Como

Emily Purcell

It was the perfect blue sky, sunshiny day with just the right amount of chill in the air. I was on beautiful water, surrounded by gorgeous mountains, appreciating amazing architecture. I honestly did not stop smiling the whole time. When we were done, I responded to our program director asking “so how was it?” by doing what I can only describe as bounding up to her and saying “I’M SO HAPPY.”

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02.12.15

Behind the scenes: Neema Crafts

Emma Satzger

Now, I’m no expert, in any sense of the term. But I’ve had at least a little time to… well.. to just think. My grandpa taught me the art of thinking, and it’s never been more useful than in these last 33 days.

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02.08.15

A msafiri on safari

Emma Satzger

...while every part of the past few days has been exciting and one-of-a-kind, seeing these animals where they live without any taming and minimal human influence… it’s also terrifying. You’re in a relatively open car, windows down, roof propped open, with very little standing between you and some very very very sharp teeth and claws.

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02.02.15

Seizing Opportunites

Hannah Costanzo

I hesitate to call myself a “foodie”, with all that connotes, but I am definitely an appreciator of food.

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01.31.15

I Did It!

Emily Purcell

I keep thinking that it can’t actually be real. It reminds me of one of those fake towns they set up in tourist spots or amusement parks because it’s almost too picturesquely European, which is making me beyond excited for my landscape and architecture photography class.

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