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My Home Away from Home

Published by Sydney Steele, Stanford Softball
One thing I was able to learn through volunteering in ACE is that trying new things is not as scary…
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Sharing Is More Than Caring

Published by Isabelle Pilson, Stanford Field Hockey
In Vietnam, sharing is more than simply caring.  There, it is a way of existence — a natural inclination in…
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Lessons Taught, Lessons Learned

Published by Tim Sah, Stanford Men's Tennis
“For the past three weeks, we have been your teachers and coaches, but you all have taught us more than…
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Cảm ơn Vietnam

Published by Morgan Hentz, Stanford Women's Volleyball and Beach Volleyball
ACE in Vietnam has been one of the coolest experiences of my life thus far. It’s hard to fully and…
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My Time in Long Mỹ

Published by Justin Kang, Stanford Men's Fencing
When Stanford’s spring quarter ended in mid-June and I packed my bags, ready to depart on my Vietnam experience, I…
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Week 1 Recap

Published by Sophia Solé, Stanford Women's Sailing
“We ourselves feel that what we are doing is just a drop in the ocean. But the ocean would be…
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Good Ol’ Fashioned Fun

Published by Tara Shannon, Stanford Women's Squash
These days in North America, it isn't hard to find kids younger than thirteen with an iPhone, iPad or tablet…
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Mót, Hai, Ba, Dzhó, Vietnam

Published by Allie DaCar, Stanford Women’s Lacrosse
My fellow coaches and I rose early and often to witness the spectacular sunrises that welcomed us to each new…
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A Shift in Perspective

Published by Haley Farnsworth, Stanford Women’s Swimming and Diving
This last week in Vietnam is incomparable to anything I have ever experienced. When I walked out of the airport,…
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