TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - The Center for Global Engagement at Indiana State University provided an opportunity to "walk a mile in their shoes."
They experienced what it would feel like to be in a refugee camp.
Students learned what shelter, food, and water would look like.
Some basic needs that they may take for granted.
The students were issued a card that identified their name and country they were from.
"This is more to educate them about the issues than to talk about a position they hold on any matter," Zachariah Mathew, from Global Engagement said.
- ISU students experience life in a refugee camp
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- Ivy Tech students receive hands-on experience
- Sullivan students receive some hands-on experience
- Kids receive hands-on STEM experience through Camp Invention
- ISU students exploring technology while making pancakes
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- ISU students spread support of DACA bill
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