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Archive for May, 2016

Discovering Interfaith in the Hoosier State and Beyond

by Trevor Spellman This semester I had the opportunity to intern with the Center for Interfaith Cooperation (CIC). Working with this passionate group of individuals dedicated to the purpose of cooperatively among all religious affiliations was an incredible learning experience. Throughout my internship I focused on improving the relationships between the CIC’s immigration and refugee […]

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Finding Meaning and Purpose

by Sarah Fuquay, Junior Sociology Major with a concentration in Social Work My internship with the CFV has been a truly wonderful experience. I did not really know what to expect going into it, but it turned out to be a very rewarding and insightful opportunity for me. As a Sociology and Social Work major, I […]

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A Life of Meaning and Purpose; One Step Further

by Anna Rauh You would think that after living through 21 years of time passing, I would get used to the speed of things. But here I am, at the end of another semester, wondering how I got here. Five days a week I have come to the CFV for the past four months. When […]

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