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Scott Thrun, of Haslett, takes a selfie with admiring children as he volunteers in an after school program at Weaverville Elementary School outside of Asheville, NC. He was among nine CMU students on their Alternative Break who arrived at the YMCA of Western NC Youth Service Center to spend the week to help with projects to improve the center and in the community. They addressed access to sports and recreation and built a kiosk, cleared a stream bed and worked with elementary students in an after school program as their Alternative Break project. CMU is ranked fourth in the nation for the number of students participating in Alternative Breaks and fifth in the country for the most trips coordinated by a university. The program organizes about 40 trips each year with more than 400 students participating. Photo by Steve Jessmore/Central Michigan University
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Scott Thrun, of Haslett,  takes a selfie with admiring children as he volunteers in an after school program at Weaverville Elementary School outside of Asheville, NC. He was among nine CMU students on their Alternative Break who arrived at the YMCA of Western NC Youth Service Center to spend the week to help with projects to improve the center and in the community. They addressed access to sports and recreation and built a kiosk, cleared a stream bed and worked with elementary students in an after school program as their Alternative Break project. CMU is ranked fourth in the nation for the number of students participating in Alternative Breaks and fifth in the country for the most trips coordinated by a university. The program organizes about 40 trips each year with more than 400 students participating. Photo by Steve Jessmore/Central Michigan University