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America Is Losing Africa

Even though Africa will be home to eight of the 10 fastest-growing economies in the next five years, most Americans continue to think of Africa as a basket case of poverty, violence, and disease. Why have they been so slow to understand the potential of commercial engagement with Africa? And how can we change that?

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Becca stands next to a poster displaying her research.

Tanzania Alumna Attends American Cetacean Society Conference

On the evening of November 6, I touched down on the west coast for the first time in my life. I was there to attend the 14th International Conference of the American Cetacean Society (ACS) . . .

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The program's academic director, Yvette Kopijn, introduces the panelists.

Masculinities: What Does It Mean to Man Up?

SIT’s program in Amsterdam hosted a five-person forum pertaining to masculinities for people of various identities, orientations, and backgrounds.

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In the Apple Orchard

We step into the orchard. Short-trunked, leafy-branched trees stand evenly spaced, their feet dug firmly into the dry, crumbly dirt. Grass tufts, fallen leaves, and apples decorate the splintered earth.

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Views from Durban, South Africa

It’s not every day that Gandhi’s granddaughter gives you an impromptu tour of his house at the Gandhi Settlement at Inanda.

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