David Graves March 14th, 2011
While a large number of college students are headed to the beach, the open seas, or some other vacation destination, over 350 UGA students are traveling throughout the country to participate in Alternative Spring Break. They will be helping to build affordable housing, interacting with children, serving the homeless, and working with various community centers. This is a great chance for our students to give back, and to also learn more about themselves. To learn more about this program, visit the UGA Alternative Spring Break site, which is under the UGA Center for Leadership and Service. In addition, there is a UGA press release that gives even more details about the program. They will be joining thousands of college students across the country who are giving their time and effort to help out those in need. Way to go ASB Dawgs!