I had a dream two weeks ago, a stress dream. I left New York without notice. I fled the big city for orange tinted skies of the high deserts with my most trusted group of friends. Circling around my projects, prospects and fears, I received
I'm working with a veterinarian in my native land of Guatemala. Most of his work is focused in Santa Cruz del Quiche. He is the only veterinarian of the Quiche department, it is a small town elevated at 2,021 above sea level.
Some of my everyday
I am currently on my fourth Co-op with the Tandana Foundation in Panecillo, Ecuador. The Tandana Foundation is a non-profit organization founded by Anna Taft and it supports community initiatives of various kind such as healthcare programs, women’s literacy, water resources, construction of cotton banks,
San Miguel De Allende gets the latter part of its name from Ignacio José de Allende y Unzaga, a general in the Mexican Army and a hero of Mexico’s fight for independence from Spain. This rebellious and radical character still exists in the town to
Japan is a time machine.
It's harmony driven, melding together the old and the new as if there was never a separation between the two.
This term, I have been living in Japan. For the first two weeks, I was a part of a small program called
This summer I am a participant of the arete project, an experiment in community formation for female or gender queer identifying individuals. It is based in the Blue Ridge mountains of North Carolina on the Arthur Morgan School campus in Celo. The program is based
I am a rising fourth year Antioch College student currently doing my fourth co-op working for Chroma Technology Corporation. Chroma Technology Corp. is employee-owned, meaning they share their revenue among themselves which makes it very different than other companies. The headquarter is located in Bellows Falls,
During my first quarter at Antioch College I applied to be a Miller-Fellow for John Bryan Community Pottery, and to my luck received the job. Miller Fellowships support Antioch College students for the benefit of the Yellow Springs community and to help tie the community and
The Antioch College farm was created to provide a space for learning about sustainable, ecological agriculture while also providing the college with fresh, organically grown produce. Much of the work that keeps the farm running is done by Antioch students, and this allows students to enjoy the fruits of their
"You play with me and saved my structure. I like you forever."
I am on co-op at Buen Dia Family School, a preschool that was founded 40 years ago (1977) in the Mission District of San Francisco, California. Buen Dia is arts based and teaches that