Joseph’s enthusiasm for civic duty is second only to his duty to his family, especially his brother, Thomas.
By Solyman Hatami July 20, 2015 Well sitting here waiting in the Irving College’s lounge to go to the Student Activities Center, waiting for the girls to arrive, I am concerning myself with the rest of today’s activities. As the program began, we were exposed to quite a mass of information yesterday on photography and … Continue reading Preliminary plunging into the press’ pathway
By Matteo Bracco July 20, 2015 Today the Robert W. Greene Summer Institute began, yet I can’t wait for the rest of the week to happen. I learned the many stories the group will be covering and I am eager to get them started. The dorm accommodations, my first experience of the program and an … Continue reading A great experience begins
By Eleanor Peña Humes July 19, 2015 The journey to the Greene program was indeed an adventure. I traveled 616.4 miles from Detroit, Michigan and arrived at 6:45 a.m. with crusty eyes and lion-like yawns. I visited Detroit to perform a public service and I saw another world that truly inspired me and fed my … Continue reading 616.4 miles, 7 days, a singular passion
By Natalia Revere July 19, 2015 I’ve never really been one to enjoy the summer months. Glistening foreheads and back-sweat stains aren’t exactly my idea of a great time. I was pleasantly surprised to open the door to my new temporary room and discover that it was only slightly sweltering! This was unlike the temperature … Continue reading Aside from the 91 degree weather, Greene is great!