Approximately eight USC graduate and undergraduate students traveled to a Ugandan camp for a week this summer to educate children living in rural areas about health and well-being through the universal language of soccer. The camp was located outside of the capital city of Kampala in a small farming town called Mpigi. Heather Wipfli, associate […]
The program takes students to domestic and international locations to volunteer and serve in different communities.
Call Me Kuchu depicts a nation deeply at odds with itself concerning LGBT rights.
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The Invisible Children co-founder’s public intoxication provides no reason to write off the organization’s main mission: stopping Kony.
Invisible Children has flaws, but the organization’s efforts provide a reminder of our common humanity.
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