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Red Cross employees kidnapped in Congo

May 5, 2016

By Brittany Abuhoff Staff Writer On Tuesday, three employees of the International Committee of the Red Cross were abducted in Kinshasa, a town in the eastern region of Congo. According to the Congo-based Center of Study for the Promo...

Editorial

May 5, 2016

This year marks my fourth year as a member of the Simmons Voice staff. After working as a copy editor and staff writer during my first, sophomore, and junior years, I applied to become managing editor for my final year with the...

‘Merci Congo’ chronicles activism in the Democratic Republic of Congo

April 28, 2016

By Simran Gupta Staff Writer On Monday, April 11, the Globalization on a Shoestring class brought Emmy-awarding-winning documentarian Paul Freedman to screen his newest film on the Democratic Republic of the Congo and discuss his ...

Presidential visit marks change in Cuba

March 24, 2016

By Madeleine Longwell Staff Writer President Obama wrapped up his trip to Cuba on Tuesday attending a baseball game between the Cuban National Team and the Tampa Bay Rays. He is the first U.S. President to visit the country in n...

Who are the South African Police?

March 4, 2015

By Taylor Rapalyea Staff Writer Our group was packed into a van, cruising down a highway in Johannesburg, when we heard a brief siren. At first we were confused —we couldn’t crane our necks far enough to spot a police offi...

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