Angela Modany



SOC student sells bracelets for orphanage

Last December, Colin Crane went to Nicaragua with his family and came back with the beginnings of what would become a successful service group: the Pulsera Project. The Pulsera Project is a program that buys handmade bracelets — or “pulseras” in Spanish — from children in Nicaragua and sells them in the United States. The profit is then donated back to programs in underdeveloped countries. Crane, a junior in the School of Communication, and his family spent a week with the children of Los Quinchos, an orphanage in Nicaragua. They were the only visitors the kids had in a whole year. “They were so poor, but they were so happy,” Crane said.

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