Raven Swing

Hometown: Santa Fe Tell us about your favorite book: My favorite book recently has been the monkey wrench gang by Edward abbey. He’s a great writer, and I can sympathize with the characters for sure. It’s also just enjoyable. Give one random fact about you: I didn’t go to school until 7th grade. In class, what kind […]

Dannibel Rosario

Hometown: Bronx Tell us about your favorite book: My favorite book is The Outsiders by S.E Hinton. I read this book for the first time back in 6th grade and I still love it! Give one random fact about you:  I am a shy person when you first get to know me, it takes me a […]

Dariela Villar

Hometown: Brooklyn, NY Tell us about your favorite book: My favorite book would have to be the entire Hunger Game series. The series speaks volumes and critiques their society a lot. I feel that those books also reflects and reinforces a lot of the societal issues they have with what is happening in the U.S […]

Danielle Truxhall

Hometown: Elyria Tell us about your favorite book: My favorite book is Maximum Ride: The Angel Experiment. It’s a story about six mutant teenagers that fly around the world defeating evil scientists Give one random fact about you: One random fact about me is that I really enjoy dinosaur chicken nuggets because I think they’re cute. […]

Ayan Ahmed

Hometown: Boston Tell us about your favorite book: Between The World and Me Give one random fact about you: I am the oldest of 4 kids In class, what kind of character are you?: I am talkative but I make sure I get my work done If you were a fruit, what would it be?: I would […]

Elisheba Brown

 Hometown: Jacksonville Tell us about your favorite book: Sweep by Cate Tiernan Give one random fact about you: I can draw In class, what kind of character are you?: Quiet If you were a fruit, what would it be?: Strawberry What do you think will be surprising about India?: How the people love differently In what ways do […]

Alexandra Hurst

Hometown: Denver, Colorado Tell us about your favorite book: Currently my favorite book is either Salvage by Alexandra Duncan or Kurt Vonnegut’s Cat’s Cradle. Both books act as a lense to criticize some facet of the societies around us, whether that be the patriarchal rule that is prominent in several cultures around the world regardless […]

Arianna Roberts – Reflection Piece

To say “360+ is great!” that would be an understatement. 360+ has given me the opportunity to be someone that I didn’t know existed. I am aware that you may be wondering, “well, who are you?” My name is Arianna Roberts, I go by Ari. I am currently 17 years of age and will be […]

Jeremiah Garland – Reflection piece

My name is Jeremiah, but everyone simply calls me Andre. I am a member of the first group that 360+ took on this wonderful and exciting trip to India. A few tips to remember when going on this trip are that this is a travel opportunity, not a vacation; open-mindedness is essential; and you will […]

Kyre Smith – Reflection Piece

If you are reading this I’m guessing it’s for one of two reasons: one being that you’re looking for experiences that older applicants have gone through to make you even more excited about the trip, or you’re having second thoughts and have been pointed in the direction of my letter to you all for reassurance. […]