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My Moravian
June 19, 2017
Twenty-three days. 552 hours. A little more than three weeks to embark on a life-changing experience that I will undoubtedly remember for the rest of my life. If a picture is worth a thousand words, then the hundreds that I took on this journey cannot be done justice in so brief a snapshot of my time abroad. Let me share with you my story of Colombia.

June 5, 2017
​​​​​​​Over a period of two days we explored several towns in Quindío, Colombia to understand the history of coffee and its relationship to the people, their identity, the conflict in Colombia, and the vast inequality gap that exists here. As a coffee consumer have you ever considered the story behind your daily morning drink? It’s as sobering as it is fascinating.

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May 25, 2017
Where would you expect to find the most breathtaking collection of street art in the world? Where would you find walls, streets, and stairs exploding in a vibrant array of colors representing the rich cultural history of a neighborhood? The answer might not be what you expect: The neighborhood is in Medellín, Colombia and is called “Comuna 13.” During the height of the drug wars here in the 80’s and 90’s, Comuna 13 was the most notorious neighborhood in Medellín, which was the most dangerous city in the world at the time. So how in the world did our study abroad group from Moravian College end up here?

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