By EMILY HANSON
A multitude of clothing and other items sat neatly folded on tables as part of the merchandise sold at the Students Helping Honduras’ Thrift SHHop fundraiser.
By EMILY HOLLINGSWORTH
Students at the University of Mary Washington strive to make a difference, in more ways than one. Investing in social issues and in the community are nothing new to the UMW student body. One club, however, has made its mark abroad as well as on campus.
By SARAH DAVIS
A recent state department travel warning threatened the livelihood of La Ceiba, the student-run microfinance institution operating under the Students Helping Honduras (SHH) umbrella, due to the University’s concerns over liability issues.
By TENILLE GOODMAN and JULIE DYMON
A UMW professor and his children spent a week building a school and forging relationships in Honduras.
Anand Rao, associate professor in the Department of English, Linguistics and Communication, traveled to Honduras last December …
By ALYSSA DANDREA
With the holiday season just around the corner and gift ideas on the brain, a UMW student-run initiative called Esfuerzo de Amor is offering a unique and eco-friendly selection of clutches, earrings and headbands at affordable costs.
By EMILY MONTGOMERY
This year’s Students Helping Honduras Summit, held at UMW, had more than five times the number of people compared to last year. The purpose of the event is to share ideas, plans, and successes of the club’s …
After three years of Walk-A-Thons, Students Helping Honduras (SHH) caught the University of Mary Washington off guard last Saturday when the club handed the Walk-A-Thon to William and Mary to host its first ever volleyball tournament. “It’s incredible, …
By AARON RICHARDSON and PHIL WHITE
In an online contest called America’s Giving Challenge, Students Helping Honduras (SHH), won a $50,000 grant, and an additional $28,000 in donations. SHH plans to spend $10,000 to provide cleaner burning stoves for 300 …