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Rohingya refugee crisis: A student perspective

February 8th, 2018

Rohingya refugee crisis: A student perspective

The Rohingya are an ethnic population primarily composed of Muslims. Prior to 2017, they largely resided in the Buddhist-majority nation of Myanmar within a small […]

 
Getting to know: Jonathan Garcia  

February 2nd, 2018

Getting to know: Jonathan Garcia  

“A lot of my work involves witnessing human suffering and vulnerability. Most of what I’ve written is supported by direct narratives from people I’ve interviewed. […]

 
Seeing is believing

November 15th, 2017

Seeing is believing

“Gaza feels like a paradox of culture, beauty, warmth and humanity superimposed on the terrible sadness that underlies everything,” Megan says. 

 
Eyes wide open

November 7th, 2017

Eyes wide open

“Students who experience the world through education abroad develop cultural sensitivity and humility, and are exposed to working across disciplines, cultures and national boundaries,” Sunil […]

 
A force for good

October 16th, 2017

A force for good

Seven CPHHS undergraduate students had a memorable summer overseas in Bangalore, India. The students gained a new perspective as they saw public health in action […]

 
Spring break in Ethiopia

May 26th, 2017

Spring break in Ethiopia

When most people think of spring break activities, visions of poolside fun, road trips and time with family and friends likely come to mind – […]