Sometimes the most rewarding journeys are those you take for someone else.
Colgate students participating in alternative winter break trips through the Max Shacknai Center for Outreach, Volunteerism, and Education (COVE) traveled on humanitarian missions to the Dominican Republic, West Virginia, and New Orleans in December.
In the Dominican Republic, students worked with the Community Service Alliance to help build vegetable gardens for families affected by HIV/AIDS.
“It is intended to provide a sustainable nutritional supplement to patients living on a diet that most often lacks ideal nutritional content,” said Margaret Hynes ‘13. “As a