|A.J. in South Africa||A.J. Kumar, Africa, Peace Corps, South Africa||
Chronicles of my Peace Corps experience as an education volunteer in rural South Africa. I left for Peace Corps less than a month after graduating from Stanford with a B.S. in Physics. Needless to say, a lot changed very quickly.
|Noli Irritare Leones||Africa, culture, medical, news, politics, religion||
Blogging about religion, politics, African news, medical news, cultural trends, sexuality (not in an NC-17 way), movies, and whatever else strikes my fancy. By alumna Lynn Gazis-Sax.
|The Hostel Venture Capitalist||Africa, company, entrepreneur, entrepreneurship, gsb, MBA, Stanford, startup, travel, vc, venture capital||
The journey of Evan Reas, a current Stanford MBA student working at a newly founded Venture Capital firm in Africa, while living in a hostel. The blog details Evan's adventures in Africa, meeting new people, traveling, while working at a top Venture Capital firm, networking and working with the top investors and entrepreneurs on the continent.
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