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13 Days: Wofre me Ekua

In preparation for our trip, we learned a little bit about Ghanian culture and the languages spoken in the area that we’ll be working.

In Ghana, the national language is English, so the majority of the people we’ll run into will be speaking the same language as us. 378 more words

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Trapped by broken mirrors

Who you’re seeing in the mirror every day may not actually be the person you’re looking at.

But it can be; if you’re living for yourself, and not for other people. 534 more words

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“Who needs to watch “House of Cards”? The annual USF student government election controversy once again provides more devious entertainment, rule breaking, plotting, cheating and deceit than even Hollywood can script.

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39 Days: The Process of Background Research

Since it’s my first time leaving the country, I’ve made it a personal goal to soak in any information about Ghana that I can before leaving. 489 more words

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Trip to the medical examiner's office

I’ll be honest — when I found out that we had a field trip to the Hillsborough County Medical Examiner’s office, I was a little uneasy at the idea. 413 more words

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