Chapman students reach out to Little Brothers, Sisters

Big Brother Adam Albonni, 21, a junior at Chapman University, and his Little Brother Gabriel.Big Brother Adam Albonni, 21, a junior at Chapman University, and his Little Brother Gabriel.

By ELISABETH DEFFNER / THE ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER

There are midterms and finals, Club Rush and Greek Week, internships and job-hunting: the college years aren’t exactly filled with empty calendar pages.

But Adam Albonni, 21, a junior at Chapman University, looks at it differently. “I feel like college students, for the most part, have a lot of discretionary time,” he said. “Usually they spend it at parties; they spend it on things that really have no return for them in the future.

“We don’t have too many responsibilities. I feel like we’re in a perfect position to give back.”

That’s why he decided to become a Big Brother. …read the article

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