Len Gengel, a contractor from Massachusetts, and Dr. Paul Dougherty, a renowned ophthalmologist in Beverly Hills, may have come from completely different worlds, but a common mission to help others brought them both to earthquake-ravaged Haiti. Both men had lost a child and felt a responsibility to
ABC News on Campus reporter Olivia Stacey blogs: Clusters of students stopped on their way to class to look at an unusual sight: a line of tents on Turlington Plaza, the busiest location at the University of Florida, right in...
ABC News on Campus student April Dudash blogs: Fifteen days after a 7.0 earthquake ravaged Haiti, Lynn University in Boca Raton, Fla. is acknowledging their worst fears: that the four students and two faculty members still missing have most likely...
And you're looking at video taken this evening a candlelight vigil on the campus of the University of Florida in Gainesville. Some 400 students and community members rallying to support Haiti and the relief efforts. Just one more sign of how this tragedy touched so many people around the country.
ABC News on Campus reporter April Dudash blogs: New York University students and faculty are “elated” that two missing Ph.D students were found Thursday night. Greg Childs and Nathalie Pierre arrived in Haiti on Monday to conduct research and access...
Britney Gengel Was Traveling With Lynn University Students to Haiti When the Earthquake Hit
American Dan Wooley Was Pulled From The Rubble Nearly Three Days After Haiti Quake
Parents of four university students missing in the tons of Haiti rubble admitted today they need a miracle and told the U.S. government that it needs to "step up and get in there." "We are up against a time clock," said Lin Crispinelli whose daughter Stephanie is among the missing . "There are not
Lynn University President Kevin Ross made an emotional plea today to the U.S. officials to ensure that all Americans still missing after last week's earthquake in Haiti be returned home. "We have hope that whatever the days ahead might bring that we have the U.S. government's assurance that
Many of those Americans are missionaries and aid workers and for their families and friends here in the US that distant earthquake. Has hit close to home. It was supposed to be this trip of a lifetime fee is very excited to be the a thirteen year old Andrew Foster left in Virginia Beach home for on