In March, 30 Stritch students enjoyed a memorable spring break week as they ventured on a 14-hour bus ride to Cumberland County, N.J., to partner again with Habitat for Humanity in a continuing the effort to restore homes damaged by Hurricane Sandy in 2012. This was the second consecutive year Stritch’s alternative spring break trip is headed east to help with relief efforts in Vineland, N.J.

Participating in the trip were: Oyinlola Abidogun, Nana Boakye, Jasmine Buck, Vicente Campos, Yesenia Castro Garcia, Cecilia Davila-Lozano, Beth Edmond, Ivyanne Elborough, Amanda Ferns, Sarah Fischer, La'Vada Gardner, Tiffany Garza, Anne Gates, Zoe Gibney, Crystal Harris, Monica Kling, Elizabeth Kolasch, Oluwatomisin Ladeinde, Govanne Martinez, Madelynne Miller, Alejandra Murguia, Sarah Pechstein, Oscar Rosas, Teresa Schiltz, Quaevion Smith-Robinson, Jed Wardecke, Lukus Wardecke, Aubrey Warner, Marcie Weiss, and Destiny Williams.


Accompanying the students with Lybeck-Smoak was Dan Geddes, assistant director of academic and career Advising.