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Sad and True: Global Enrichment Programs on a Back Burner…

By Brennan Morris Erin McCuin always tried to be a fun teacher. She loved to incorporate games into her lessons, like rounds of Jeopardy based on class material. Ideally, the prospect of candy prizes would inspire her students to greatness. But, recently she has been leading a different game: bingo! …

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Academic ‘Group-Think’

It is no secret that the European Union is, overall, in decline. Her economy is struggling and economic policies are mostly to blame. Germany is the only country whose economy is home to a bull market and she has been given the weight of the other countries to pull. Americans …

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The Healing Power of Education

In March of this year, the Global Health Service Partnership (GHSP) was launched as a partnership between the Global Health Service Corps and the Peace Corps to establish large, didactic, and sustainable medical education programs in areas of dire need of medical aid. Through the GHSP, nurses, doctors, and other …

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