World AIDS Day report: 3 Ways to accelerate progress

The world has made incredible progress in the fight against HIV/AIDS—adding millions more people to life-saving treatment, gradually reducing the rate of new HIV infections, contributing more financial resources, and developing better tools to fight the disease along the way. But for more than three decades, the deadly disease has been outpacing us, with more […]

Jen + Brandi discuss feminism

I’ll let you in on a big secret. The ONE Campus staff has a secret feminist book club (that isn’t so secret anymore, I guess). While it’s pretty informal, we enjoy posing questions to one another via email and responding with articles, anecdotes, and additional readings that help us expand our ideas to understand a […]

Global education: it doesn’t always mean traveling to another country

In honor of International Education Week 2014, ONE Campus is featuring the stories of students who have pursued cultural exchange and educators who provide their students with global perspectives and experiences.  For the fourth post in this series, ONE Manager for College Organizing Jen Fraser talks with Mark Inlow, a ONE member and mathematics professor at […]

Pause for wanderlust: ONE interns talk about their experiences living abroad

In honor of International Education Week 2014, ONE Campus is featuring the stories of students who have pursued cultural exchange and educators who provide their students with global perspectives and experiences. For the fifth and final post in the ONE Campus #IEW2014 series, ONE's current intern class reflected on their own experiences abroad. Catch a glimpse […]

Beyond #ONECampus: My summer internship in rural Ghana

This week marks International Education Week—a week designed to celebrate and recognize the benefits of pursuing a global education. ONE Campus is participating in IEW 2014 by rolling out a blog series filled with the stories of students who have pursued exchange and study abroad programs, and faculty who pursue innovative and creative ways to […]

‘Is Ebola a country?’

Yesterday I was minding my own business, scrolling through my Facebook feed over my morning coffee, when I came across a post from a friend who was angry and frustrated that the entire continent of Africa hadn't shut down its airports due to the Ebola crisis. My initial response was to sigh, roll my eyes, […]

Rad Human Alert: Meet Matt Cone, Best HS Teacher Around

This week marks International Education Week—a week designed to celebrate and recognize the benefits of pursuing a global education. ONE Campus is participating in IEW 2014 by rolling out a blog series filled with the stories of students who have pursued exchange and study abroad programs, and faculty who pursue innovative and creative ways to […]

My Awesome Summer: ONE Campus Leader Ignacio Cruz on his study abroad in China

This week marks International Education Week—a week designed to celebrate and recognize the benefits of pursuing a global education. ONE Campus is participating in IEW 2014 by rolling out a blog series filled with the stories of students who have pursued exchange and study abroad programs, and faculty who pursue innovative and creative ways to […]

The Wagon Rolls Out

When I started at ONE I used the excuse “I’m just the new guy” a lot. At the writing of this post I have been at ONE for 100 days which means it’s probably time to retire the “new guy” excuse. Like any new addition to a team I’ve been dubbed with several nicknames: ‘Gordo’ […]

What happens when you combine ONE Campus, (RED), and a Moleskine notebook?

As you know, the fight to end the AIDS epidemic through effective, life-saving programs, is at the core of ONE’s mission. Tremendous progress has been made along this front: in 2013, for the first time ever, more people were newly added to treatment globally than were newly infected with HIV—a real tipping point in this […]

The home stretch: Students put pressure on U.S. Senators to pass the Energize Africa Act

 589 million people do not have access to electricity. That’s about 70 times the population of New York- crazy right? That's why, ONE Campus chapters across the country have been doing whatever it takes to get their U.S. Senators to co-sponsor the Energize Africa Act, which would bring first-time electricity access to 50 million people […]

25 most shocking global poverty facts

Halloween, schmalloween. The most shocking things in life aren't haunted houses or ghosts that go "BOO!" – it's what's happening right outside your window. I asked our policy team to share the most surprising, illuminating facts they've come across in global development. Here's what they said: 1. More people have access to a mobile phone than a toilet 2. Every […]