College students spend winter break building houses for destitute in Tijuana

Students on winter break from Mesa State College and the University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, spent time in Tijuana, Mexico, building dwellings for the less fortunate. The volunteers mixed cement by hand, and power tools were not allowed.



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Students on winter break from Mesa State College and the University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, spent time in Tijuana, Mexico, building dwellings for the less fortunate. The volunteers mixed cement by hand, and power tools were not allowed.

Where there were houses made of cardboard, tarps and mud floors, three sturdy homes now stand. A group of 31 people, including Mesa State College and University of Northern Colorado students…




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