The Murky Side of Volunteering Abroad

Children clambered in all directions across the cobblestoned playground, tackling one another to the floor in scenes of chaos. A cacophony of shouts and giggles punctuated the summer air, which smelled faintly of spice and smoke. Corrugated iron roofs rested crookedly on small shacks that served as classrooms, with walls
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Campus minor leads to unique perspective on poverty

Mornings for Brenda Hernandez began with a car ride into the slums of India. As part of her internship with the Bhoroka Charitable Trust this past summer, Hernandez, a UC Berkeley senior majoring in Urban Studies, frequented the streets of Jaipur in Rajasthan, India.
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