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2009 Summer Research Trip PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, June 08 2009 12:27
Starting on May 24, the leadership of Project Pueblo set out to the Navajo Nation with the purpose of renewing past contacts and creating new ones. The week, which went by at a blistering pace, was both rewarding and extremely productive. Based on the contacts that were made, PP Leadership was able to plan the next two upcoming trips as well as frame Project Pueblo’s long term plans. The week started when the team headed out to the offices of the Navajo Times in order to...

Winter Break 2009 ACF Trip PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, May 27 2009 17:23
Upon the invitation of John van Eyk, a physical therapist who lives on the reservation, a group of service-minded students responded to the call and drove down to the Navajo Indian Reservation in the dead of winter. We had been asked to come to help with the renovation of an abandoned house with the intent of transforming it into a Navajo Youth Center. The house itself was old and run down, as one would expect, but what was unexpected was that we were supposed to break down and...

Spring Break 2009 - Rio Puerco PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, May 27 2009 17:22
After our last winter trip in which we helped to build the Rio Puerco Youth Center, Project Pueblo decided that we would return as soon as possible so we could continue this project.  Spring Break was the best time for us so we planned to incorporate more universities and help work together on this great project. Representatives from 5 California Universities including UCLA, UC Berkeley, the University of San Francisco, Loma Linda University and La Sierra University all joined...

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