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Neftali Boyer

Fall 2012

Neftali BoyerBeing a Duchesne Scholar has been one of the most rewarding accomplishments during my stay at Manhattanville College. My experience as a scholar has demonstrated to me how valuable individuals are who are willing to help. In volunteering there is no discrimination against anyone. My experience, as a whole working along the Duchesne Center, can be sum up with the great success I had over in Ecuador where three other Scholars and I lived with an indigenous community.

Katie Gulak

April 2012

Katie GulakHello, my name is Katie Gulak and I am currently a senior here at Manhattanville studying Theatre Education. Upon transferring here I applied for, and fortunately received, the Duchesne Scholarship. Being granted this scholarship I was given the chance to take on more responsibility and also have the ability to take part in numerous community service and social action events on and off campus. I took part in the Breast Cancer Walks on campus and really was able to experience the community vibe. I also was drawn to the various Global Citizenship events and informative sessions that either discussed our multi-cultural world or a trip that a group of students took for community outreach. The topic of diversity interests me and it is always inspiring and fascinating to learn about different cultures.

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