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Amanda Hovind – ASB (Alternative Spring Break) Volunteer

April 2nd, 2015

Amanda Hovind – Habitat for Humanity Alternative Spring Break Volunteer Psychology & Physical Education Major at Coe College Class of 2015 How was the trip?   “It was honestly one of the best experiences of my life. It’s definitely one of the highlights that I’ve experienced here at Coe College. It was way better than…

Nina Johnson – Habitat for Humanity (H4H)

March 25th, 2015

Nina Johnson, Coe H4H Co-President Psychology Major at Coe College Class of 2015 (Nina began her involvement with Coe’s Habitat for Humanity Chapter during her first year; she served as the Fundraising and Education Chair. Nina became President her sophomore year. She is currently acting as Co-President with Bethany Lehman. During her time at Coe,…

ICAP Spotlight: Bailey Dixon

February 26th, 2015

Bailey Dixon, ICAP @ Kids on Course Psychology Major at Coe College Class of 2017   Why did you decide to become an ICAP? “I got to know Kayla and Tess last year on the spring break service trip to Colorado Springs. They talked to us a little bit about what it was, and I…

ICAP Spotlight: Alejandro Arzaga

February 25th, 2015

  Alejandro Arzaga, ICAP Class of 2017 Economics Major at Coe College What do you do for Blue Zones? “My main purpose as the intern is to get Coe designated as a Blue Zones worksite and an organization. We’re really close to becoming an organization. We just need a few more pledges signed. I’ve been…

ICAP Spotlight: Mission of Hope

February 18th, 2015

  Katty Perrell, ICAP Class of 2015 Psychology and Theatre Major at Coe College   Why did you decide to become an ICAP? “I wanted to help. I always thought it was a really cool program.”   How did you choose Mission of Hope? “When I applied I was kind of focused on homelessness. I was…

ICAP Spotlight: Boys and Girls Club

February 18th, 2015

Sarah Sylve, ICAP Class of 2017 Nursing Major at Coe College What do you do at Boys and Girls Club? “I’m kind of the Volunteer Coordinator there. So, if students at Coe want to volunteer over there, I’m the person that gets them to fill out their applications. I do some of the interview work for…

“This is Going to Require Some Sweat”

January 21st, 2015

By Delaney Cummings President McInally’s opening address at the 2015 MLK Conference included that statement, and it couldn’t be more true. Seeking and fighting for social justice is not easy. It can require waking up at 8:00am to learn about social issues. It can require sitting in a jail cell for something you believe in. The President prepared…

“Trotting His Way Through Therapy”

October 30th, 2014

By Gisèle Moore-Huber When Jane Nesmith first told our Professional Writing class that we would be working closely with a non-profit, I did not imagine that it would turn into the experience that it has. All of the class is split up into groups covering different writing and media projects for Miracles in Motion, a…

Beyond Our Bubble: October 9

October 9th, 2014

Beyond Our Bubble: September 30

September 30th, 2014