For more than a decade, Pi Kappa Alpha at the University of Cincinnati has conducted an international mission trip. Through this program, brothers have visited places like Peru and Nepal while performing manual labor for local communities in need.
In this episode, we learn about why the trip is so important to the chapter, and we relive the 2017 trip through the eyes of the travelers. Join us as we travel to, from and through Nepal, as these young men learn about a faraway land and themselves.
For anyone who loves travel and Greek Life, this is a must-hear episode.
Listen here. ⬇️
Selected links from episode 7 with Pi Kappa Alpha
The passage I read at the end of the episode came from Vagabonding by Rolf Potts.
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