by Hannah Frantz So far I haven’t mentioned the events of 1994, but I feel like I need to bring it up sometime, and now is as good a time as any. […]
by Hannah Frantz Muzungu: noun. Foreign person, derived from a word literally meaning “confused person.” Sometimes when I walk through the streets people shout “Muzungu, Muzungu” at me. It’s not an offensive […]
by Hannah Frantz Muraho, everyone! Today we actually all sat down and talked together about the program, what we’re doing, what are acceptable cultural habits, etc., etc. And let me tell you […]
“My wife and I were happy for twenty years. Then we met.” Who said it?
The great medieval poet Geoffrey Chaucer created timeless characters in his Canterbury Tales; archetypal personalities such as the Wife of Bath and the Miller endure to this day. Through them Chaucer could […]
Libya begs the question of how something as benign sounding as humanitarian intervention got such a bad rap.
“I think women rule the world and that no man has ever done anything that a woman either hasn’t allowed him to do or encouraged him to do.” Who said it?
“Instead of standing aggressively behind the status quo, dressed in the cloak of the fourth estate, they need to talk more about responsibility, more about the importance of ethics, more about improvement […]
“Ordinary life is pretty complex stuff.” Who said it?
I quite enjoyed today’s match between Germany and Uruguay. It was entertaining and exciting enough to be a pretty good final, and had all the ingredients—flashy play, lots of goals, persistent and […]