The Huskies men’s volleyball squad is back after travelling to the other side of the Pacific Ocean to practice among elite Japanese university teams.
The pope answered questions on Italian TV, but could not explain the devastation caused by the tsunami.
The strong bonds (kizuna) of the Japanese people create great solidarity during dark times such as these. But there are concerns that these bonds of kizuna may also bind the Japanese economy, which must recover as soon as possible.
We see coal as a polluting but reasonably “safe” energy source compared to nuclear energy. Yet, in China alone, coal-mining accidents kill more than 2,000 people each year ”” and coal is a leading cause of smog, acid rain, global warming and air toxicity.
Satoshi Shibata is putting everything aside to help victims of the Japanese tsunami. The international studies student called an open community meeting on March 13 to figure out what could be done to help in the aftermath of Japan's earthquake and tsunami.
On March 11 at 2:46 p.m. local time, a devastating earthquake rocked northeast Japan, triggering tsunamis across the Pacific Rim.