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Saving a Buck Abroad

Ava Hicks | Contributing Writer

March 24, 2016

Any college student will tell you just how expensive getting a formal education can be. Paying for tuition along with housing, food and textbooks account for why the graduating class of 2015 will be the most indebted ever, ac...

Conference plans in motion with St. Joseph’s University from India

Hannah Williams, Assistant News Editor

February 25, 2016

Cross-cultural bonds were forged last December when 26 graduate students and faculty members from the College of Health and Human Services journeyed to Bangalore, India to present research on mental health. “[UNC Wilming...

Bikes of Reckless Optimism urges students to partake in social enterprise

Casey McAnarney | News Editor

February 25, 2016

Bikes of Reckless Optimism, a company created by a Duke University graduate in response to the need for transportation for residents of a refugee community in Kampala, Uganda where she worked, launches its Indiegogo campaign ...

Pakistani army seizes Taliban stronghold after week-long battle

October 26, 2009

Pakistani armed forces say they have captured the town of Kotkai on Saturday, the hometown of Taliban Chief Hakimullah Mehsud and one of his top officers, Qari Hussain. This comes after a week-long battle was launched on Monda...

Hopes for treaty on climate begin to wither

October 26, 2009

International climate negotiations for a global climate treaty are not producing the required results in the given amount of time left before the Copenhagen conference in December, diminishing the hopes for a resolution at this con...

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