Femicide and Women’s Rights in El Salvador  

The following is an example of an article I wrote during my internship with the Borgen Project for their online blog. Within this article are links to various sources used for research. El Salvador is the smallest country in Central America and has an estimated population of 6.5 million, but this number is often fluctuatingContinue reading “Femicide and Women’s Rights in El Salvador  “

Thanksgiving with the Cru: Student orgs get festive

Student organizations all around campus are preparing to celebrate the holidays in their own unique ways. Here are four student organizations who are getting into a festive spirit before the Thanksgiving break. Apostolic Cru is a fairly new organization and will be celebrating their one year anniversary as a campus ministry later this month. ToContinue reading “Thanksgiving with the Cru: Student orgs get festive”

Nursing Student Association hosts chili cook-off

UMHB’s Nursing Student Association (NSA) hosted their third annual chili cook-off just in time for the cold front on Monday, March 4. Students and faculty came together for a friendly competition to decide who makes the best chili and the best dessert. The event, which was held in the lobby of the Isabelle Rutherford MeyerContinue reading “Nursing Student Association hosts chili cook-off”

Girls Education in Thailand

Thailand’s education system has continued to improve over the past few decades, as well as girls education in Thailand. Like many poverty-stricken countries, however, Thailand still struggles to provide education and tackle the gender equality gap among young boys and girls in school. Thailand is among the few countries in the world that have neverContinue reading “Girls Education in Thailand”