The Rotarian Archives
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Drop anchor in Germany’s gateway to the world, where it’s easy to feel like a local.
Take a trip outside your comfort zone and come back with a broader perspective.
Tyrone "Doc" Bledsoe has a prescription to ensure that young black men attend and finish college: the Student African American Brotherhood.
In Rotary’s membership game, everyone’s a winner.
Epidemiologist Gary Slutkin has a new — and successful — strategy to stop violence: Treat it like a disease.
What it takes to be a leader in Rotary.
Since 1993, Rotarians in Chile and the United States have teamed up to provide life-altering reconstructive surgeries.
Rotary’s new president, Barry Rassin, strikes a perfect balance between Bahamian bonhomie and decisive leadership.
After fleeing conflict in their home countries, young people living in a Ugandan refugee settlement establish their own Rotaract club.
In the internet age, literacy means distinguishing between fact and fiction.
Full exposure: Stephanie Sinclair’s photography is just one of the ways she advocates for the rights of girls
Final Exam: Two Rotarians and a Rotaractor face one last challenge before they can join the elite ShelterBox Response Team
Back to our roots: The best time to plant a tree was when Paul Harris was alive. The second-best time is now.
Cultivating peace: Our peace fellows dig in to Rotary's areas of focus
- Adrien Lokangaka: Saving mothers and children, fighting disease
- Sachin Rane: Promoting peace
- Summer Lewis: Growing local economies
- Muyatwa Sitali: Providing clean water
- Rabia Raja: Supporting education