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Facing Up to the Iraqi Refugee Crisis

by Una Hardester Internationalist April 2, 2007 Since the Iraq War began in 2003, hundreds of thousands of Iraqis have been killed, and more are dying, in increasingly gruesome ways, every day. The vast majority of fatalities are Iraqis killed by other Iraqis, but the United States is ultimately responsible ...

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Policy Advisor Calls For Student Action Darfur

by Marcela Otero Cornell Daily Sun March 29, 2007 “After four years of this ever-spiraling crisis, we have no idea how many people have died. The evidence has been covered by Sudanese dust,” said John Prendergast, senior advisor of the International Crisis Group, in his lecture yesterday to Cornell students. ...

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Darfur Displays Inform C.U. Awareness

by Alyssa Goldschmidt Cornell Daily Sun March 28, 2007 As Cornell students cross the Arts Quad this week, they will encounter some questions about their knowledge of the crisis in Darfur and what they as students are doing about it. Placards posing questions such as “What can be done about ...

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AID Summit Addresses Global Change

by Roxanne Binaso The Heights (Boston College) “What do we want … to change the world! When do we want it … now!” This chant, led by Seth Green, founder of Americans for Informed Democracy (AID), captivated the immense passion and energy at the “Social Entrepreneurship and Global Change” summit ...

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Today is World Water Day!

Hello to all. Just to remind you, today is World Water Day! This is an international issue that affects all of us. You can check out all the cool events going on today here. In case you’re not familiar with the issue, here are some crucial facts that will catch ...

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Culture dinner sells out; nationality booths added

by Sneha Pradhan The Wartburg Trumpet March 20, 2007 Wartburg celebrated Culture Week with the theme “The world comes to Wartburg” this year. The main event featured cuisines, cultural exhibits and performances by international students from more than 30 countries. The exhibits showcased 25 countries and the performances included traditional ...

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"Was I a good American?"

Hi Everyone, I came across this opinion piece in the Guardian a few days ago. The author makes a great point about how easy it is to get wrapped up in day-to-day life and lose sight of (or ignore) bigger issues. She says she can now sympathize with the "good ...

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