Sometimes actions can speak louder then words. A group of Muskingum College Students aren’t’ just talking about the homeless, they are going to live in a cardboard box. For 24 hours starting Saturday March 23, the members of MAP or Muskies Against Poverty are going to make a box their home. At 7 in the morning rain or shine they plan to raise money and awareness for children of homeless families. This is the group’s 2nd year for the project. The 15 members of MAP are going to be at Denny’s at the Airport exit and at Stake and Shake in Zanesville. All of the money goes to the Teresa A. Dowd Charter School in Columbus.