It sounds like a dream to many college students—getting a bunch of friends together and traveling cross country in an old school bus, stopping at many of America’s known and unknown landmarks. One Gloucester High School graduate is working to make this dream a reality.
Steven Hascher, a 2008 GHS alumnus and a recent graduate of George Mason University in Fairfax, has helped organize a project that will put him and four others in a converted school bus for a year-long journey that will hit the road in January, headed for the West Coast.
On the way, the group will find inspiring and creative people across the country and share their stories. "We’ll share their stories on our website, www.bus52.com, Twitter, Facebook and other social networks in an attempt to reach all age groups and cultures," Hascher said.
Recently coming on board with the project, he said he and his friends "are all at the point in our lives where we really don’t know what...
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