Danforth endeavors in to desert of Kenya
By Charles Louis Dominguez ’14 THE ROUNDUP Mr. Tom Danforth is notable around campus for his stories. As it turns out many of them deal with travel. A former member of the Peace Corps, Mr. Danforth has a variety of tales relating to his worldly travels and experiences. “I have lots of funny stories – and not so funny stories – from traveling,” Mr. Danforth said. After college, Mr. Danforth…
Editor shares personal Kenyan immersion trip experience
By P. Erik Meyer ’14 THE ROUNDUP  Halfway around the world, with a nearly half day time difference is the Massai Mara, located in rural Kenya, Africa. The Massai Mara is a preserve in the south of Kenya, and it is where a select group of Brophy students travel every summer to assist the Me to We foundation in achieving their goal of providing clean water and education to the…
Office of Faith and Justice offers new ‘life-changing’ immersion trip to Kenya this summer

Summer bears different meanings for different people.

For most, it’s a break from the rat race of school and sports, but for some students, summer means volunteer trips – Canada, El Salvador, West Virginia, Mexico, Peru and now Kenya.

Twelve students along with faculty chaperones Mr. Brad Shear and Mr. Matt Hooten will travel halfway around the world to build a primary school and a well in the village of Narok, Kenya July 9-23.