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A dream for peace within Pakistan

The first time I met Benazir Bhutto is a wonderful memory that I can never forget. She was the first ever woman prime minister of a Muslim country. And what a lovely New England autumn day it was. I fondly … Read More...

A forum of hope

<i>PHOTO  Courtesy of Myra Chaudhary</i>

PHOTO Courtesy of Myra Chaudhary

The freedom to speak freely and share one’s ideas is a beautiful thing, something that I will always love about my home, America. Little could I have imagined what a few short articles could do, … Read More...

Images of Pakistan reveal a land of beauty

 

 

This was written on a blog series about US-Pakistan Relations called Hope Within Pakistan for Senator John Kerry. It is incredibly important for Brandeis students to know not only about Pakistan, but about the entire world. When we look … Read More...

All it takes is a cup of tea

 

 

What could a cup of tea have to do with education? You might presume that they have no connection. But this is not so in Greg Mortensen’s story, “Three Cups of Tea.” It is a powerful illustration of the … Read More...

The remarkable thing about Mela

MELA MAGIC-MAKERS: From left to right, Kamolika Roy ‘09, Shannon Cabell ‘09, and G. Athena Oliver-O ‘10 are Mela participants.<br /><br /><i>PHOTO BY Napoleon Lherisson/The Hoot</i>

MELA MAGIC-MAKERS: From left to right, Kamolika Roy ‘09, Shannon Cabell ‘09, and G. Athena Oliver-O ‘10 are Mela participants.

PHOTO BY Napoleon Lherisson/The Hoot

The remarkable thing about Mela is people from eight different countries—Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Sri … Read More...

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