Experiential Learning visits Lower Brule Sioux Reservation, Lakota (South Dakota)

Staff from the Office of Experiential Learning, along with Molloy students, recently returned from their fourth annual trip to the Lower Brule Sioux Reservation, Lakota (South Dakota).  Below are pictures and reflections about their time in South Dakota.

Jasmine Rivera, Psychology major

Jasmine Rivera, Psychology major

"The trip to Lower Brule is not only an eye opening experience it is also an inspirational one. From the moment you set foot on the grounds of the reservation and meet the people you are filled with a sense of compassion that cannot be matched by any other experience."

Christine Gold-Shirkhani, Sociology major

Christine Gold-Shirkhani, Sociology major

"I was fortunate enough to see the beauty of their land and culture, and visiting the monument of Crazy Horse and the Black Hills astounded me.  While I was in South Dakota, especially when working with children, I thought to myself how fortunate I am."

Click here for more pictures and reflections.