Have you Eaten Yet? Season 2, Episode 1 In the first episode of this new season HYEY gets new hosts! PCVs Stephen and John talk about Communication and hear from a member […]
Andrew Snyder, 126 Coursera has some interesting courses on-demand that might be useful for project and program design. Each course is fairly short, around 8-12 hrs but you can probably go a […]
Season 2 Podcast Introduction
Spook Edwards, 126 So I was in the Hobbit Hole the other day and found a super cute shirt, totally riap roi, but it smelled like the bottom of a baboon’s cage. […]
Chai Vang, 126 mix cake mix according to package instructions. pour into rice cooker. press cook. let it ‘keep warm’ until it’s cooked.
Elizabeth Moulton, 126
Jim Damico, 126 T4D stands for “Technology for Development” and is a committee of PCVs that wants to help other volunteers use technology that enhances their work in Thailand. In the past, that meant creating and maintaining a huge store of knowledge in a wiki website that all Thailand volunteers have access to but also are encouraged to contribute. On the side, we do our best to help with any tech related problems folks are having.
Christiana Lang, 126 No, it’s not phonetic Thai. It is the phonetic for a Sanskrit word: Ayurveda, meaning life-knowledge. This funky word encompasses a 5,000 year old medicinal Hindu practice that is […]
Elizabeth Moulton, 126 Love yourself. First and foremost. Know what makes you feel good and what makes you feel not so good. Know what it is that cultivates your soul and what […]
Adrianna Neuenschwander, 126 Stephen Henry, YD 126, was in for a surprise one morning when he got to his office. There, on his desk, was a tiny, fluffy puppy. “You told us […]
Carissa Sutter, 126 A New Phase for Sticky Rice For Peace Corps Volunteers, the experience of communication has evolved enormously over the past five decades. In the 1960s, volunteers had almost no […]
Editors: Christine Bedenis 125, Nancy Bunyea 125, Carissa Sutter 126, Madeleine Aggeler 126 Click image to view PDF
Editors: Christine Bedenis 125, Nancy Bunyea 125, Carissa Sutter 126, Madeleine Aggeler 126 Click the image to view the PDF