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Vanderbilt University students travel far and wide to participate in Alternative Spring Break

dc.contributor.authorOwens, Ann Marie Deer
dc.identifier.citationVanderbilt University podcast episode.en
dc.descriptionIncludes descriptive metadata provided by producer in MP3 file: "Spring break traditionally marks a time for college students to hit the ski slopes or lay on the beach, trading the hectic schedule of life on campus for rest and relaxation. During the week of March 8-12, however, more than 300 students from Nashville's Vanderbilt University will stay busy participating in Alternative Spring Break programs at 27 sites across the United States, Mexico and Canada, including two sites in the Los Angeles area." Several female students discuss their experience of spending Alternative Spring Break in Nashville with organizations such as the Magdalene Project, for recovering prostitutes, and the Campus for Human Development, serving the homeless.en
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dc.publisherVanderbilt News Serviceen
dc.subjectAlternative Spring Breaken
dc.subjectCampus for Human Developmenten
dc.subject.lcshHomeless persons -- Services foren
dc.subject.lcshWomen college studentsen
dc.subject.lcshService learningen
dc.subject.lcshNashville (Tenn.)en
dc.subject.lcshWomen -- Services foren
dc.subject.lcshMagdalene (Program : Nashville, Tenn.)en
dc.subject.lcshStudent activitiesen
dc.subject.lcshVanderbilt Universityen
dc.titleVanderbilt University students travel far and wide to participate in Alternative Spring Breaken
dc.typeRecording, oralen

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