The Least of These: Buenos Aires (Pt. 2)

Yesterday I had a chance to do some humanitarian work with an organization called Luchemos para una Infancia Feliz y Con Esperanza — otherwise known as LIFE Argentina. I had heard of a couple poker players who’d volunteered with LIFE and it seemed to be popular in the expat community. I wanted to complement the online research I’d done on poverty in Buenos Aires by actually seeing the slums firsthand. (Skip to the photos if you’re in a hurry).

Recent Charitable Giving at CU

A comparison of charitable giving at Cedarville:

Asian tsunami Hurricane Katrina Pakistan earthquake
Death toll: 286,000 1,250 79,000
CU giving: $14,000 $115,157 $0.00
Dollars/death: $0.05 $92 $0.00

Here’s my semi-unrelated question: only 37% of Americans now support George W. Bush. What percentage of CU students do you think still support him, and why the discrepancy (assuming one) between the general populace and ours?