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Dozens of survivors, their faces dripping blood from the glass that flew out of the church’s stained glass windows, staggered around the building in a cloud of white dust raised by the explosion.
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This particular story relates to the first part of our second field trip, in Patna, the state capital of Bihar. There, we spent three days with the EFICOR team who were devoted to giving practical help, community and awareness for those affected and impacted by HIV/AIDS. 796 more words
“Excuse me, do you know what this line is for?” I asked the last person standing in a line outside the Supreme Court on Friday. 1,327 more words
Editor’s note: This story by Oakland reporter Doug Oakley originally appeared in the Oakland Tribune and other East Bay newspapers in March 2015. It was written on the occasion of the first public opening of the Foster Youth Museum, curated by USF Museum Studies alumnus… 822 more words
About gay marriage, or as it’s henceforth known — marriage, we know your very unhappy. You feel betrayed by the Supreme Court. Your pal Scalia wrote that there had been a “putsch”, or coup, and the Court Justices were acting like “nine rulers” over all America. 377 more words