Monthly Archives: December 2010

Immigrating through the arts

New York City is the central hub of arts in the United States. Home to hundreds of theaters and the ultimate theater center “Broadway”, performing artists from around the world move to this city to hopefully make their mark in … Continue reading

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UB40 Leaving Namibian Orphans in the Cold?

In 2005, I spent a semester studying abroad in Namibia and from time to time I like to check out the online newspaper The Namibian to keep myself up to date on what’s going on in the country. The headline … Continue reading

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Forget Rudolph, Santa Has Wheels!

  This past Sunday, South Africans gathered together to try to break the world record for the most Santa’s on wheels in one place.  Santa’s left their reindeer at home and arrived in cars, on bikes, on skates and in … Continue reading

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Media Activists in Rwanda

Sixteen years after the Rwandan genocide, the country has made immense progress in areas of economic development and increased political stability.  Per capita gross domestic product has nearly tripled, national health insurance has been implemented, education access has improved, there … Continue reading

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