Guatemalan immersion trip educates, enriches

By James Crowell
March 14, 2012

Students, alumni and faculty help sort coffee beans for “Juan Ana” coffee. (Credit: James Crowell / News Editor)

 

Students, alumni and faculty members painted the hallways of the local medical clinic in San Lucas, Guatemala. Built in 2000, the clinc has emergency care and a pharmacy. (Credit: Submitted by Donald Powell)

 

Dr. Raquel Green and Kadee Schwalm watch and learn from a stove builder in San Martin, Guatemala. He said he earns the equivalent of $12 dollars a day doing his job. (Credit: James Crowell / News Editor)

James Crowell

Senior com major at Cabrini College. Technical Director for LOQation. On-Air personality on WYBF-FM. Past News editor for The Loquitur, 2011-12. Passion for videography, tech news & quantum mechanics. Follow me @JamesCrowellJr

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