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They Do Things Differently in Louisiana

This article appeared in Ceylon Today on Wednesday August 27 2014.

The Consortium of Humanitarian Agencies recently honoured me with an invitation to the launch, on August 15, in conjunction with the Marga Institute, of a publication titled: … 1,568 more words

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Away to College

Today finds me in New Orleans, Louisiana, where I’m leaving my daughter to start her college career at Tulane University. It’s an exciting, bittersweet time and I find myself remembering when I went away to college thirty years ago. 493 more words

Random Musings

Wrapping up at Mama Maji

This week ended my short, yet meaningful, time working with Mama Maji. I have taken away what felt like years of experience in just two months. 896 more words

Summer 2014

Reflections on an incredible summer in Fort Portal

After 7 weeks in Uganda, I am back in the United States trying to digest everything that happened this summer. This experience challenged me in so many different ways; academically, socially, culturally and even physically. 938 more words

Summer 2014

WWLTV tour

I honestly thought that I would spend my entire week writing boring articles about stuff that I had no clue about. But this week has honestly been super fun. 306 more words


SJE Article Murillo

For the ninth time, The Hullabaloo, will host the Summer Journalism Experience. Fifteen freshmen were chosen based on their applications and qualifications and come from several different states and backgrounds in journalism. 394 more words


Final Post

This summer has been so busy – I really enjoyed my nine weeks at Innocence Project New Orleans. I have completed all of the learning objectives that I formulated at the beginning of the summer. 388 more words

Summer 2014