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“God Sleeps in Rwanda” provides insight on living with HIV after the Genocide

God sleeps in rwanda: Supreetha Gubbala ‘12 introduces the film “God Sleeps in Rwanda” in Levin Ballroom monday night.<br />PHOTO BY Judy Kaufman/The Hoot

God sleeps in rwanda: Supreetha Gubbala ‘12 introduces the film “God Sleeps in Rwanda” in Levin Ballroom monday night.
PHOTO BY Judy Kaufman/The Hoot

“[HIV medication] costs 550 Rwandan Francs. I make 551 Rwandan Francs a month. I cannot afford … Read More...

Rosenbauer speaks about using soccer for female empowerment

After a week watching her host brother and his friends play soccer every afternoon while in Equador last spring, Brooke Rosenbauer ‘09 finally asked to play.

Ignoring his laughs, Rosenbauer started to juggle the ball with her friend Sarah. Her … Read More...

Intended Consequences: WSRC exhibit sheds light on survivors of rape and their children

intended consequences: The WSRC exhibit on Rwandan children born of rape will be open until April 9.<br /><i>PHOTO BY Max Shay/The Hoot</i>

intended consequences: The WSRC exhibit on Rwandan children born of rape will be open until April 9.
PHOTO BY Max Shay/The Hoot

When Photographer Jonathan Torgovnik first stepped foot in Rwanda in Feb 2006, he thought he was going there … Read More...

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