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Shooting in Libya

By Jacqueline Kimmel October 31, 2014

The cell was 3 feet by 7 feet. The only light came from a small pinhole in the ceiling, and the sole sounds were the screams of fellow prisoners as they were tortured. Seven years after graduating...

Missing Grad Escapes From Prison in Libya

By Glenn Russo August 25, 2011

Matthew VanDyke (GRD '04) has reportedly escaped from a Libyan prison in Tripoli after a months long search to locate the missing Baltimore journalist. Matthew had been missing since February when he left...

Alumnus Missing in Libya

By Glenn Russo May 19, 2011

When Sharon VanDyke's son Matthew called to say he was booking a flight to Libya, she was out buying batteries. Though the decision to head to a country mired in civil war may have prompted most mothers...

Mullikin: West Should Rest on Its Laurels in Libya

By Andrew Mullikin March 31, 2011

The Western-led intervention in Libya has so far been a resounding success. Civilian lives have been saved in cities across the North African country, effectively fulfilling a United Nations mandate designed...

Questioning the Role of Humanitarian Enforcer

By Justin Kirschner March 25, 2011

To the Editor: In regard to the editorial, "Getting This One Right" (The Hoya, A2, March 22, 2011), I believe there is a larger question to be raised concerning the humanitarian intervention in Libya. One...

Students STAND for Libya, Advocate Campus Outreach

By Anne Skomba March 1, 2011

Members of the university chapter of STAND, an anti-genocide coalition, are hoping to spark a groundswell of campus support for the Libyan uprising. Though STAND was founded to protest genocide in Darfur,...

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