Having escaped Burundi’s civil war, Deogratias Niyizonkiza returned to his impoverished home and opened a rural health clinic. Can it heal souls as well as bodies?
Beau Willimon’s sharp-toothed drama House of Cards might circle Washington, DC, but the political hunt started at Columbia.
Columbia researchers are dispelling myths about an elusive, widespread social condition: urban poverty.
The African elephant is being poached to the edge of extinction. Can research fellow Kevin Uno’s forensic tool help turn the bloody tide?
A carriage scene unfolds beneath Manhattan’s streets.
“The school has had fabulous leadership under David Schizer,” Lester says. “My job is to bring it to even higher levels of excellence.”
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“Farewell! Farewell! ...”
Deogratias Niyizonkiza believes his community-health work is improving relations between Hutus and Tutsis. Are there lessons in his story for other conflicts around the globe?
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