| Oct 6, 2010
He survived the Haiti earthquake and endures a rare disease that keeps him from enjoying the sun.
Job is one of 250 people in the United States that have Xeroderma Pigmentosum or XP. He is the first Haitian diagnosed with the disease. XP keeps the body...
| Oct 22, 2010
| 10:58 AM
A three-legged cat that inspired a series of children's books and a once-abandoned dog that helped save lives after the Haiti earthquake have received national honors.
The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals announced its cat and...
| Aug 18, 2010
Scores of people received treatment, even surgery, at hastily assembled field clinics after the massive earthquake in Haiti this year. Health professionals had no choice but to offer the best care they could in terrible conditions, but a new study shows...
| Sep 1, 2010
It's called "The Hootennanny for a Healthy Gulf", bringing together Seattle artists from different bands, and different genres, for one common cause. I was lucky enough to go behind the scenes, and see how this uniquely Seattle event came to be.
| Sep 3, 2010
| 8:51 PM
UC Irvine officials announced Friday that they have cut in half the suspension of the Muslim Student Union but declined a formal request to lift it altogether.
The suspension was reduced from an academic year to half of an academic year.
| Aug 22, 2011
| 10:27 PM
Our departure is upon us. Photojournalist Adam DeBacker and I will soon be boarding a plane to Port-au-Prince on a trip we’ve talked about making for a year an half. Adam and I have covered a lot of tragedies together- tornadoes, shooting sprees,...
| Aug 31, 2011
| 12:36 PM
Hurricane Irene was an interesting device for demonstrating the lack of will power the media has when it comes to over-indulging its own hysterical tendencies. They just had to eat their entire pumpkin-head full of Halloween candy; they couldn't stop...
| Aug 23, 2011
| 4:55 PM
So this is my first attempt at a blog.
I’ve been talking about doing this for awhile and now the chance to travel to Haiti at the end of the month has gotten me off my lazy bubble-goose and started writing. Right now I’m doing it all on my...
| Nov 18, 2011
| 11:05 AM
President Bill Clinton, founder of the William J. Clinton Foundation and the 42nd President of the United States of America, will come to DePauw University on Friday to mark the 25th anniversary of the Timothy and Sharon Ubben Lecture Series. Students,...
| Mar 12, 2011
| 9:48 PM
Rescue crews in Japan spent the day searching through destroyed buildings and flying over villages that are now covered in water. Video from the region is difficult to watch; especially for those who still have loved ones in the region.
| Mar 14, 2011
| 3:25 PM
We've had our share of natural disasters in south Louisiana and the Gulf coast. From Betsy in 1965 to Camille in 1969 to Katrina, Rita, Gustav and Ike in just the last few years. But nothing we've gone through compares to what Japan is going through...
| Mar 17, 2011
| 3:17 PM
Sport Chalet is teaming up with Soles4Souls for the second time in two years to provide shoes to the victims of Japan’s earthquake and tsunami.
The pair first partnered up in January 2010 to collect shoes for the victims of the Haiti earthquake....