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IU’s FACET group weighs in on incorporating faculty input at IPFW

| June 28, 2016
IU’s FACET group weighs in on incorporating faculty input at IPFW

As members of the Indiana University Faculty Colloquium on Excellence in Teaching (FACET) and as faculty leaders recognized for our accomplishments at IPFW in teaching and learning, we write this statement to express a viewpoint missing from much of the discussion regarding the Legislative Services Agency Study Group: that of faculty, particularly given our role […]

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Spotlight on serial entrepreneur, William Bryant Rozier

| June 28, 2016
Spotlight on serial entrepreneur, William Bryant Rozier

By Jeanie Summerville What’s up babies? We’ve seen some beautiful sunny days outside and I hope the beauty continues, as we travel on our journey of love, to get to know one another better.  On that note, it pleases to introduce to you this week’s spotlight because when he knew what he wanted to do […]

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New opposition in Zimbabwe launches campaign

| June 28, 2016
New opposition in Zimbabwe launches campaign

(GIN)—Zimbabwe‘s former vice president, Joice Mujuru, was the headliner at a rally this week in Matabeleland in one of the first public events of the new Zimbabwe People First opposition party. The newly-launched campaign promptly took on the incumbent—President Robert Mugabe—in advance of elections in 2018. Mujuru accused the government of being disinterested in the […]

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Independent probe sought in Gambian activist’s jail death

| June 28, 2016
Independent probe sought in Gambian activist’s jail death

(GIN)—A leading opposition figure in the Gambia was found dead in a cell shortly after his arrest for taking part in a protest, according to local reports. The cause of death of Solo Sandeng was listed as “shock and respiratory failure,” according to a medical certificate of death. Ebrima Solo Sandeng, the National Organizing Secretary […]

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Senegal’s leader frees ex-president’s son jailed for corruption

| June 28, 2016
Senegal’s leader frees ex-president’s son jailed for corruption

(GIN)—The pardoned release of Karim Wade, son of ex-president Abdoulaye Wade, has raised questions about the current Senegalese president’s campaign commitment to fight corruption. President Macky Sall defeated the elder Wade by promising to end impunity for financial crimes in 2012. In 2013, Karim was accused of illegally amassing about $1.4 billion, but was cleared […]

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Another take on Brexit from an African perspective

| June 28, 2016
Another take on Brexit from an African perspective

(GIN)—Writing on the blogpost This Is Africa, Malawi journalist Levi Kabwato tackled the much reported story of “Brexit” from his own unique perspective. “European Union policies towards Africa and the rest of the Global South are unhelpful to the ordinary African,” he began. “It is against this backdrop that we must see Britain’s referendum on […]

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Long-running apartheid crimes case axed by Supreme Court

| June 28, 2016
Long-running apartheid crimes case axed by Supreme Court

(GIN)—Efforts by South African victims of racist apartheid to obtain justice suffered a new defeat in the U.S. Supreme Court this month when the judges declined to revive a suit against two U.S. companies that, according to the complaint, helped to suppress the black population. The judges left in place a 2015 ruling that cleared […]

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Donald C. Swanson: A man among men

| June 22, 2016
Donald C. Swanson: A man among men

It’s great when you have your freedom, but it’s even greater when you have someone there to keep you from losing it. Attorney Donald C. Swanson Jr. of Haller & Colvin is that person. Mr. Swanson is not only the poor man’s gateway to freedom but he also cares. When Haller & Colvin joined hands […]

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Bar-B-Q and you

| June 22, 2016
Bar-B-Q and you

By Gerald W. Deas, M.D.MPH Well, here it is another day of celebration and a day of seeing how much one can eat and drink. Well, I can assure you that when the good times and exotic tasties are over, your stomach will be singing the bar-b-q blues.   The Story of Bar-B-Q Blues Oh, […]

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The Lord is watching over us

| June 22, 2016
The Lord is watching over us

By Gerald W. Deas, M.D. As you read the newspapers and view television, it is obvious that a great change is taking place, not only in this country but all over the world. There is an unrest of those who work hard and can’t think about the future. This idea has been expressed by Robert […]

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