Euclid Resident Gives Back This Thanksgiving
BEREA, OH— Sean Davis of Euclid was part of a group Baldwin-Wallace College student and faculty members involved in the Office of Community Outreach Alternative Thanksgiving Break. This service-intensive trip took place in New York City and focused on hunger and homelessness. Participating students saw firsthand the struggles of those experiencing homelessness, hunger, or financial difficulties around the holidays.
Along with other participants, Davis served at various sites throughout the New York City area, including working with the city’s Meals on Wheels program. Davis, the son of Lydia Law-Green, is actively involved in several organizations around campus, including the Pi Lambda Phi fraternity, the Inter-Fraternity Council, Greek Judicial Board, and the Pan-Hellenic Council, as well as a Resident Assistant. The 2010 Euclid High School graduate is currently a junior at B-W, majoring in psychology and human resources.
Baldwin-Wallace College, founded in 1845, was one of the first colleges to admit students without regard to race or gender. An independent, coeducational college of 4,500 students, B-W offers coursework in the liberal arts tradition in more than 50 academic areas. Located 12 miles from downtown Cleveland, B-W offers students the cultural, educational and business advantages of a major metropolitan area.
I am a student writer for the Baldwin-Wallace College Office of College Relations, sharing stories about my fellow yellow-jacket classmates.