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Alternative Spring Break and ThanksGiving Back have been featured extensively in the campus press, including the Stanford Daily and Stanford Report. Also visit us on Facebook.

  • 2014.12.03 Stanford Daily: ThanksGiving Back runs for third year
  • 2013.10.29 Stanford Daily: ThanksGiving Back Program Receives more Applicants
  • 2012.10.09 Stanford Daily: ThanksGiving Back Draws 94 Applicants in First Year
  • 2012.04.06 Stanford Daily: ASB Celebrates 25th Year
  • 2010.03.30 Stanford Daily: Breaking Point
  • 2009.04.01 Stanford Daily: Students help out in Big Easy
  • 2007.04.26 Stanford Daily: ASB trips designed for long-term impact
  • 2007.01.09 Stanford Daily: Spring Break: Senor Frogs or service learning?
  • 2006.11.09 Stanford Daily: For spring break, more students choose service
  • 2004.11.18 Stanford Daily: Project hopes to improve foster children’s education
  • 2004.11.07 Stanford Daily: Alternative Spring Break offers more programs
  • 2004.04.27 Stanford Daily: Asian Americans honored for contributions to University
  • 2004.03.10 Stanford Daily: This sure ain't Cabo: Students participate in Alternative Spring Break
  • 2003.04.03 Stanford Daily: ASB sends students to serve over break
  • 2002.10.07 Stanford Daily: Stanford ranked #1 for service learning
  • 2002.05.23 Stanford Daily: Awards recognize students
  • 2002.05.10 Stanford Daily: ASB trips cover new ground
  • 2002.04.17 Stanford Report: Student, two recent alumni win prestigious Soros fellowships
  • 2002.04.15 Stanford Daily: Water, water everywhere
  • 2002.04.03 Stanford Report: Students forgo the beach, spend spring break volunteering, learning
  • 2001.11.16 Stanford Daily: ASB program combines exploration with service
  • 1999.01.13 Stanford Report: Haas Center links classrooms to communities with service projects
  • 1998.02.25 Stanford Report: HIV/AIDS Alternative Spring Break receives Wyatt Award
  • 1997.06.18 Stanford Report: Paul Kim wins Sterling Award for volunteer service

To locate these articles use the search function at the Stanford University Libraries Archives or the Stanford Daily and the Stanford Report.