Tulane Students Volunteer with Habitat for Humanity

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If you're looking to get involved with community service around New Orleans Alpha Phi Omega is the organization for you! It's a community service oriented fraternity with a chapter at Tulane and many other colleges across the country. Last weekend I volunteered with APO and helped dig out dirt for the foundation of a house. I was definitely sore by the end of the day, but it was a great way for me to get involved while meeting new people and having fun with my friends!

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Rebecca Shinners is a Her Campus Chapter Advisor and Photo Intern/Freelancer at O, The Oprah Magazine. She graduated from Boston University in 2014 with a BS in Journalism and concentration in Photojournalism. She got her start in magazines writing for Her Campus and was previously an Editor for both Her Campus BU and Her Campus Tulane. Her work has also appeared in Seventeen Magazine, Teen Vogue, Bustle.com, Hamptons Magazine, and Newsday. When Rebecca isn't busy writing and taking pictures, she can be found shopping, petting puppies, wearing the color mint, and going to concerts.

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