If the global village does indeed exist, some of its members are being overlooked. In Africa today, most children’s animated television programs are imported. However, an innovative UNESCO program is hoping to change that.
Last summer, Cilia Sawadogo, a professor at the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema, joined other animators from the USA, UK and Ghana to teach at Africa Animated!
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Students have raised $137,000 for the victims of the huge underwater earthquake and resulting tsunami that killed more than 200,000 and displaced millions in Southeast Asia on Dec. 26.
The Concordia Student Union raised money from a cabane à sucre, a party at Reggie’s, hot chocolate and tea served at the shuttle bus line, and club events.
February 10, 2005
In this issue
- Writer David McGimpsey is Certifiably funny
- Accountancy is more popular than ever, despite scandals
- Teaching English with books
- Singer Jeri Brown wins Martin Luther King Award
- Greek culture enriches lecture series
- Wireless and wearable, the shirt that remembers
- Sociologist explores world of whale hunters and watchers
- Nicholas and Sheila Pye: Together for their art
- Student-run VAV Gallery needs help
- Student groups sour on loan repayment plan
- Raymond Marius Boucher: Set to take the stage
- Transylvanian student shows family treasures
- Mail Room staff are wizards at guessing addresses
- Open House
- Research Awards for Rakheja, Boushel
- Save lives with media
- In memoriam - John Economides / In memoriam - Beverley Abramovitz
- Cement limousine is ready for the hill
- First-place showdown with Laval
- Stingers roundup