Maggie and Leilah have been volunteering at local refugee camp for several weeks now. For Leilah it’s even the reason she chose to study abroad in Greece,
“I basically study the refugee crisis at school so that pretty much determined where I should go.”
And for Maggie it’s a chance to give back and meet some refugees.
I think we can all pretty much recognize a Greek tragedy when we see one. The classic three-part play detailing the rise and eventual downfall of the hero. And with that the perilous effects and disastrous consequences that follow.
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