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November 2004 || Volume 32 || Number 6

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NEW LIFE IN NICARAGUA
In 1998, Hurricane Mitch killed 10,000 people in Nicaragua and left 15,000 homeless. One Bucknell student wanted to help and began the Bucknell Brigade, which has given hope to hundreds of Nicaraguans in the last five years. — Jamie Cistoldi Lee ’99

DIGGING INTO THE PASTA
Bucknell student, alumna, and professor made some rare finds in the site of the ancient Agora in Athens, Greece, against the backdrop of the 2004 summer Olympic games. — ElisabethHulette ’03

OH, WILDERNESS!
A week in the woods — backpacking on the Appalachian trail, sliding through mud, squeezing through foot-wide spaces in caves, climbing 40 feet up a tree only to leap to grab a trapeze bar. It’s called BuckWild and it’s great fun.— Gigi Marino

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