“During the quiet moments where I would get to hold the fact that my experience was so unique—like a bus ride back that I’d have by myself—I’d just think about how I had been so wonderfully welcomed into the lives of people who didn’t necessarily have to welcome me.”
“What ended up being most effective was to take my guitar and learn how to play any song they knew—a lot of ‘Despacito,’ a lot of Daddy Yankee.”
Christopher Reynolds helped establish a program between a clinic in Ecuador and BC nurses and pre-med students who wanted hands-on experience helping a community.
Bridget Gorham will be traveling to Peru as a representative of Strong Women Strong Girls, a club on BC’s campus that fosters independence for women.
When in Ecuador, do as the locals do—even if it means jumping off a bridge to contemplate the meaning of life.