Students "break" with tradition on service-oriented trips.
“I kind of fell in love with volunteering at an early age,” said Hillary Nolting. “That’s what made me want to continue doing it in my college career.” Nolting, 21, grew up in Batesville, Ind. Living in a small Midwest town, the Indiana rising senior had access to volunteer opportunities throughout middle school and high school. She worked in soup kitchens and homeless shelters, and she took part in food drives and blood drives. When Nolting, a rising senior, got to the big state school in Bloomington, she took an interest in new community service activities. “The opportunities I had