Danielle Pappas is a 2nd year Master of Public Health student with a concentration in Global Health Leadership at the University of Southern California. As a progressive degree student, Danielle began her MPH in her senior year of undergraduate (2014-2015) at USC in which she obtained a B.S. in Health Promotion and Disease Prevention … [Read more...] about The Civil Commitment of Sex Offenders: Punishment or Treatment?
That "the world's largest black nation does not produce cartoons for its children that reflect any of its own culture" is a problem Adamu Waziri was not willing to take very lightly. So much so that in 2008, this animator based in Abuja, Nigeria decide to take matters into his own hands. And thus the concept of Bino & Fino was born. Set in a fictional modern city, Bino … [Read more...] about Unweaving Africa: Meet Bino and Fino
Kristy Nguyen is originally from Garden Grove, California but she has lived in Atlanta, Georgia since she was 9 years old. She is currently a junior majoring in Public Relations and is a proud member of the USC Mock Trial team. After graduation, she plans on attending law school. When she’s not studying, she enjoys exploring Los Angeles, eating, … [Read more...] about AMBER Alerts: How One Mother Impacted the Law
Earlier this month, Australia’s Lucapa Mining Company unearthered a spectacular 404.2 carat diamond in the southern African nation of Angola. Analyzed as a rare Type IIa diamond, this virtually flawless D-color stone measuring 2.75 inches in length, is the 27th largest diamond found in the world, a fraction of the world's largest 3100 carat "Cullinan Diamond discovered in South … [Read more...] about Unweaving Africa: Angola’s Diamonds
With the Grammy awards set for this Monday January 15th 2016, all eyes are set on big names such as Taylor Swift, Kanye West as well as Compton born rapper Kendrick Lamar whose album “How to Pimp a Butterfly” received a whopping 11 nominations, the highest of any other artist this year. While the largest honors of the night are typically conferred to those artists who … [Read more...] about Unweaving Africa: Zomba Prison Project