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Athletic Outreach Benefits Refugee Community

Athletic Outreach Benefits Refugee Community

Tyler Crews, Deputy Sports Editor

November 6, 2017


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Refugee communities are benefitting from initiatives that utilize sports.

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Rally at Kimmel for Syrian Refugee Awareness Week

Rally at Kimmel for Syrian Refugee Awareness Week

Isa Pop, Contributing Writer

March 30, 2017


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NYU students rallied in Kimmel Wednesday night in support of Syrian Refugee Awareness Week.

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60% of Ebola aid not reaching affected region

60% of Ebola aid not reaching affected region

Lexi Faunce, Contributing Writer

February 10, 2015


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An NYU assistant professor of global health policy published a study in the British Medical Journal that says that only 40 percent of funds raised to combat ebola reached affected countries.

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Fast-A-Thon 2014 raises $33,500

Fast-A-Thon 2014 raises $33,500

Alanna Bayarin, Staff Writer

October 20, 2014


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Coverage of Islamic Relief USA's "Fastathon 2014" Fast-for-Gaza event at the NYU Islamic Center.

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Harry’s Take: U.S. must stop funding Ugandan anti-gay measures

Harry’s Take: U.S. must stop funding Ugandan anti-gay measures

March 3, 2014


Filed under Exclude From Homepage List, OPINION

The World Bank postponed a $90 million loan to the Ugandan government because of its newly adopted anti-homosexuality law on Friday. In a statement, Secretary of State John Kerry compared the situation that has befallen the LGBTQ community in Uganda as akin to the anti-Semitism laws in Nazi Germany or to apartheid South Africa. So far, the United States has not specified whether it will suspend a...

Typhoon Haiyan portrays Philippines government as political disaster

Typhoon Haiyan portrays Philippines government as political disaster

November 17, 2013


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A typhoon in the Pacific is not an extraordinary occurrence. But Typhoon Haiyan was. It has now been ten days since this super-typhoon wreaked havoc on the Philippines. The storm hit with a ferocity of epic proportions, with winds reaching over 250 kilometers per hour. Bodies have lined the streets...

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