Construction

Construction

November 13, 2019

Turkish Viewpoints

November 13, 2019

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Mehmet Atakan Foça, a Turkish journalist and a fellow for Ashoka, a non-profit concerned with inequality worldwide, observed how Kurdish citizens and the Turkish government interact. “They don’t understand the power of the Kurdish movement, actually, and they are always...

American Viewpoints

November 13, 2019

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Rebecca Hassell, an American teenager who has lived in Turkey for the last four years, commented on how she views the conflict. “In Turkey the government has started to use the Kurds as their scapegoats of sorts for their political problems.” Hassell said, “Not to say that the Kurds are not causing problems in Turkey, but Turkey ...

Food for All

Food for All

November 13, 2019

Exchanging Lives

August Elwell, Intern

November 12, 2019

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It starts with bread. Bread is something you can easily overlook, but it stands for a lot. For the students that participated in Rotary Youth Exchange and other exchange groups like YES(Youth Enrichment Services), bread can mean a lot...

Staying local in Iowa City

Staying local in Iowa City

November 12, 2019

Music in her bones

Music in her bones

September 25, 2019

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