Wrapping up 2013

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This week is a really quiet one on the CU campus.  I’m getting a chance to do some long range planning and vision casting, finishing up grading, and spend time with some of the folks I work with in my office talking about how to make better our student programs and initiatives in 2014… I also dropped a few checks … Read More

Chip HuberWrapping up 2013

A Very Personal Response to Malaria…

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by: Matthew Larsen, Senior Soccer Player, Wayland Union High School Every night, 2,000 children die of malaria. This is my story…and why I am doing what I am doing. In 2010, an earthquake struck Haiti and devastated that nation. That earthquake changed my whole family’s life forever. Hundreds of thousands of people died in this earthquake. Children were left orphaned as … Read More

Night of NetsA Very Personal Response to Malaria…

Everyone Has a Chance to Save a Live

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by: Kelley Ritsema, CU Class of 2013 & Former Member of the CU Women’s Soccer Team Until the first Night of Nets event I participated in, I was completely unaware of how deadly and widespread malaria is in Africa. Quite honestly, I didn’t know it still existed, let alone to the magnitude that it does there. It blew my mind … Read More

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ALL IN: My Night of Nets Manifesto. Or why I am slightly obsessed with bed nets…

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Tomorrow we kick off my favorite event in the Cornerstone campus calendar. We call it night of nets…and it combines two of my greatest passions in life: the beautiful game called soccer or futbal and the people and communities of a sub-Saharan African nation called Zambia… This is the 4th year we’ve done this event at CU and it is now … Read More

Chip HuberALL IN: My Night of Nets Manifesto. Or why I am slightly obsessed with bed nets…