Spring 2010

April 7, 2010

Within the next three hours, the first five Cambodia SSTers will be returning to campus. Kelly, Phil, Seth, Trisha, and Jake boarded their Korean Airlines plane at…

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April 4, 2010

Reorientation Events, Day II

Easter Sunday was the second day of project presentations and reorientation events for Cambodia SSTers. The highlight of the day were afternoon project presentations. Charlie, who with…

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April 3, 2010

All of the Cambodia SSTers returned to their Royal University of Phnom Penh classrooms Saturday morning for final language testing, meeting with their teachers for discussions about…

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April 2, 2010

Back Home Again in Phnom Penh

All 19 Cambodia SSTers arrived back home in Phnom Penh sometime Friday, checking in at the Graber Miller home before returning to their host families. Everyone was…

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March 31, 2010

Cambodian Family Photos

One of the Graber Miller family activities this week — in addition to bumper cars and bowling — was getting our photos taken in the Cambodian style,…

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March 24, 2010

Allison and Trisha are living 15 minutes outside of Kampot, tucked in the southwestern part of Cambodia about half an hour from the beach. The Graber Millers…

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March 20, 2010

Kat and Rachel in Mongkol Borei

Three hours from their nearest counterparts in Kampong Phluck, Rachel and Kat are living and serving in Mongkol Borei, a town an hour and a half north…

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March 19, 2010

Julian and Annalisa are living in working in two of the three villages that make up the Kampong Phluck communities, the stilted villages near the Tonle Sap…

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March 13, 2010

This is the third and final posting from this week’s visits to three different student village settings — seeing Corinne, Seth, Bailey, Sarah, and Chloe in Tampoun…

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March 13, 2010

Michael and Austin in Kong Yuk

Austin and Michael are living and working with a Jarai indigenous family in the village of Kong Yuk, about 50 kilometers outside of Banlung, the provincial capital…

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