Author Archives: Jenny Wool '14

Economics of the Pine Ridge Reservation

First, for all you visual learners, here is our Prezi presentation for your enjoyment. Below is a short write-up of what we learned from during our independent research. During our field trip to South Dakota, Becca, Caroline, Lauren, and I … Continue reading

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Navigating the Ivory Tower

Wanting to find out more about the Native American Student Union (NASU), I searched CC’s website and the following appeared: After some more poking around, I discovered that BSU and SOMOS, two other clubs devoted to minority issues, have links … Continue reading

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Bridging the Gap Between the Spiritual and the Academic (or, Pine Ridge Reflections)

Now that we’re back, I’m having trouble describing my experience in South Dakota beyond pretty vague and impersonal statements such as “it was really cool” or “pretty intense.” How to sum up a week of driving, singing, sweating, ceremony, and … Continue reading

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Jenny Wool

Hi everyone! My name is Jenny, and I’m a senior psychology major from Montgomery, Alabama (roll tide roll!). I spent last semester studying abroad in India, and alongside traveling, hobbies include reading, writing, backpacking, and any and all intramural sports. My … Continue reading

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