Monthly Archive: October 2014

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Saving Sisay

In Ethiopia, a 7-year-old boy suffers from a life-threatening spinal disease. Like tens of thousands in this landlocked African nation, Sisay Gudeta has scoliosis, a severe curvature of the spine that will cut off his...

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Why the World Series is close in 5 graphs

Five games in, and the scoreboard says the San Francisco Giants are beating the Kansas City Royals three games to two. The games have been tight, with great pitching and timely hitting being the...

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Halloween laser show delights all ages

The lights fade and the music crescendos. The first beams collide with the dome universe. A collective “woah,” seeps from the crowd’s gaping mouths as they’re reclined and brought into a colorful atmosphere. That’s...

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Dombrowski sees looming health care problem in rural Puerto Rico

Kirk Dombrowksi jumped from majoring in aerospace engineering to computer programming to roofing for a couple of years. “I went into anthropology because I thought they had really good questions about who we were,...

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Issues 2014: A quick look at topics in the news

  Our Issues page provides background and context on topics in the news. The links were curated by students in an Advanced Editing Class to help readers reach a better understanding of these issues....