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The Part that is Nomzamo

Published by Max Evans, Stanford Men's Rowing
Nomzamo is a township 45 minutes outside of Cape Town, in the Western Cape Province of South Africa. Nomzamo originally…
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Come Together

Published by Taylor Lallas, Stanford Women's Tennis
In the words of South African theologian and human rights advocate Desmond Tutu, “my humanity is bound up in yours,…
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My New Network

Published by Aleeza Yu, Stanford Women's Gymnastics
My first week in South Africa has been the most immersive learning experience of my life. I have been so…
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The Simple Things

Published by Amelia Smith, Stanford Beach Volleyball
We always underestimate the importance of the little events and the simple things that bring us joy.  Always looking for…
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Coming Home

Published by Chelsea Red-Horse Mohl, Stanford Women's Beach Volleyball
These past three weeks in South Africa have been both filled with ups and downs and experiences that will forever…
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First Week in Gordon’s Bay

Published by Chelsea Red-Horse Mohl, Stanford Women's Beach Volleyball
With our first week in Gordon's Bay already gone, I am filled with so many experiences and memories. The opportunity…
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ACE in Nomzamo

Published by Logan Karam, Stanford Women's Soccer
"Molo, ngubani igama lakho?" (hello, what is your name?) screamed with such enthusiasm that it rang loudly in my ears!…
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A Run to Remember

Published by Julia DiTosto, Stanford Women's Field Hockey
Running sprints isn’t exactly my favorite activity. Come to think of it, it’s not even in my top ten. Ironically,…
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Lasting Impressions

Published by Mariah Lee, Stanford Women's Soccer
This final week in Cape Town, we coached a Track and Field Camp for sixth grade students at a grade…
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