Post Tagged with: "Haiti"

GlobalPulse: Weekly Update

By Angela Almeida Opinions Editor United States: President Barack Obama will make his State of the Union address tonight. He plans to tackle health care worries and appease Americans concerns about the recession. According to a number of POLITICO analysts, however, this speech could actually hurt the president’s approval rating, given what the addresses have done to president’s in the past. It […]

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Health Kits for Haiti

by Divya Kumar News Editor With the recent devastating series of earthquakes in Haiti, it seems that almost every organization is coming together to do all they can to help the situation. CHS has now become a part of this, asking for the creation of ‘Health Kits for Haiti’. These Health Kits are designed to provide a series of the […]

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Clooney to host Haiti telethon

Staff Writer Paige Wilson The earthquake in Haiti shocked the world causing people from all over to join the relief. Actor George Clooney is hosting a telethon to help with the relief effort. “Hope for Haiti Now: A Global Benefit for Earthquake Relief” will air tonight, Friday January 22nd on ABC, CBS, NBC, MTV and many others. The program will […]

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How to help Haiti; organizations provide relief to damaged country

How to help Haiti; organizations provide relief to damaged country

By Mary Whitfill Staff Writer On Jan. 12 at 4:53 pm an earthquake devastated Haiti, hitting with a magnitude of 7.0 at the epicenter, the USGS called it the strongest earthquake in the area since 1770. The earthquake hit 10 miles west of Porte-au-Prince and its 2 million inhabitants, leaving 3 million in need of emergency care. Since as early […]

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“Hope for Haiti Now” telethon tonight

By: Renee Rohani Business Manager Be sure to catch MTV’s  telethon for Haiti earthquake relief tonight, Friday, January 22nd at 8 p.m. ET ( 7 p.m. CT), called “Hope for Haiti Now: A Global Benefit for Earthquake Relief”. The two-hour, commercial-free event will be hosted by George Clooney in Los Angeles, Wyclef Jean in New York and CNN’s Anderson Cooper in Haiti. […]

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