By John Kruse, email@example.com
It was a hot, humid day in Havana, Cuba. Rose Caraway patiently waited in the hotel lobby for her research group. On this day, they would continue their exploration of Cuba’s vast farming community, a community, like most in Cuba, that has adapted over the years to isolation from the outside world.
Caraway, assistant professor of philosophy and religious studies, came to Cuba to see this adaptation in action. Standing in the hall, Caraway felt a finger lightly touch her shoulder. Turning, she saw a beaming smile erupting from a young Cuban man.