Tag Archive for: uganda
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 […]
Student Affairs’ alternative break program expands
By MATT LEMAS
The program takes students to domestic and international locations to volunteer and serve in different communities.
Doc calls attention to LGBT struggle in Uganda
By NICK CIMARUSTI
1 Comment/in Arts & Entertainment, Featured, Film
Call Me Kuchu depicts a nation deeply at odds with itself concerning LGBT rights.
Dress code laws infringe upon personal freedoms
By VERONICA AN
A proposed bill in Ugandan parliament forbids women from wearing miniskirts.
Kony 2012 scandal irrelevant to the cause
By FRANCESCA BESSEY
3 Comments/in Featured, Opinion
The Invisible Children co-founder’s public intoxication provides no reason to write off the organization’s main mission: stopping Kony.
KONY 2012 clip fuels student empowerment
By MAT GOLDSTEIN
5 Comments/in Opinion
Invisible Children has flaws, but the organization’s efforts provide a reminder of our common humanity.
Dancing out of the chaos
By SHELLEY GRESKO
in Arts & Entertainment, Film
The documentary focuses on the efforts of breakdancers who teach children to dance to keep them away from the Ugandan civil war.
USC professors spread fitness to Uganda
By WHITNEY BLAINE
in Blogs, Trojan Fix
A new gym opens in the Ugandan parliament.