Tag: Haiti

Time for some accountability

In early 2010, Haiti was rocked by a massive earthquake that shook the very foundation, literally and metaphorically, of

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History’s normal rate of species disappearance is accelerating, scientists say

By Faye Flam The Philadelphia Inquirer (MCT) PHILADELPHIA _ Biologist E.O. Wilson once pondered whether many of our fellow living things were

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Hearts, Prayers and Tweets: Social Media and Disaster Relief

Social media has taken over the world. Not only does it provide another avenue for communication, but it has

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Commitment to Haiti in question

“Manje, manje (Food, food)!” voices cried. The sounds of propellers roared as a small privately owned airplane flew into the

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Chile earthquake explained

Anne Lemnitzer, assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering, shared her eyewitness account of the effects of Chile’s Feb.

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4.4 earthquake felt throughout California

Many Southern Californians were shaken awake by a magnitude 4.4 earthquake early Tuesday morning that was felt around the

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Fundraiser held at local bar for Haiti earthquake victims

[caption id="attachment_18734" align="aligncenter" width="595" caption="The Night Howls perform at The Slidebar on Tuesday, Feb. 23 to raise money for

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Titan Editorial: Haiti grounded by paperwork

The earthquake in Haiti opened up the world’s heart to helping the impoverished Caribbean country. While many texted donations,

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