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An Internship in Kenya

June 8, 2016

The following blog was written by Aislinn Antrim, a rising Sophomore in the Bonner Leaders Program at the Campus Y. Aislinn works at Rogers Road Community Center as a Bonner; she is working with Carolina for Amani this summer through … Continued

Smooth Sailing

June 8, 2016

The following post was written by Tiffany Turner, a rising junior in the Bonner Leader Program at the Campus Y who received a Bonner NC Summer of Service grant for her internship at TABLE; she also received a Jamie Kirk Hahn … Continued

Reflecting on My Time in Bolivia

May 13, 2016

by Logan Pratico. One question that I frequently found myself being asked over the past 7 months is ‘what is your favorite part about Bolivia?’ Most people, looking for a straight answer, are quite surprised (and maybe somewhat irritated) when … Continued

Finding and Leaving a Home in Indonesia

April 26, 2016

by Phun H I analyzed my reflection in the dusty mirror, my unsatisfied face staring back at me. I have failed to ever wear yellow and this particular yellow polo shirt emblazoned with my name and the Learning Farm logo … Continued

Bonner First Year Experience!

April 11, 2016

The following blog was written by Sam Christensen, a Freshman in the Bonner Leaders Program at the Campus Y. Sam works at the Marian Cheek Jackson Center this year. A wonderful part of being a Bonner is the chance to … Continued

Habari zenu Bonners!

March 24, 2016

The following blog was written by Rashiidah Richardson, a Junior in the Bonner Leaders Program at the Campus Y. Rashiidah works at Sacrifical Poets. UN Headquarters Habari zenu! It has now been approximately a month and a half since I … Continued

Something More

March 4, 2016

The following blog was written by Jessica Smith, a graduating Junior in the Bonner Leaders Program at the Campus Y. Jessica works at Dobbins Hill FRC this year. Recently, the Junior class of Bonners was fortunate enough to take part … Continued