Criminal Justice and Sociology Student Takes Time to do Volunteer Work


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Chanee Lintel is a criminal justice and sociology major that admirably squeezes her time to do volunteer work in addition to her classes and being an event coordinator for the Office of Student Activities (OSA).

Lintel volunteers by training two seeing-eye dogs, working for the police station, brainstorming on a project to help foster children, and writing letters to servicemen overseas.

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