By Yasmine Hung Staff Writer As the entertainment industry becomes increasingly globalized and digitized, so too have methods of illicit media distribution. But is this truly as damaging to content […]
By Bailey Marsheck Staff Writer Earlier this month, after two and a half years of grief and uncertainty, 21 Nigerian families were reunited with their long-lost daughters. An agreement was […]
By Andrew Muse-Fisher Staff Writer In the past year, mainstream news outlets have accentuated Nigeria’s extremist Boko Haram, reporting how the group has kidnapped, bombed and murdered Nigerians to promote […]
Staff writer Rashika Rakibullah examines the factors that limit the value of foreign intervention in Nigeria, especially if outrage overpowers understanding and context.
By Alexis Coopersmith Staff Writer A video uploaded to YouTube in August showed a Nigerian police officer stop a car, sit down in the passenger seat and demand 25,000 naira, […]
A look at how innovative humanitarian groups are using soccer to help address health issues, particularly HIV, in Africa. By Staff Writer Param Bhatter.