A Master's Project by Ariel Ritchin, '16 M.S., takes a hard look at what it takes to make bail.He talks about his Audio Storytelling experience.
As students enrolled in the Investigative Projects class, Jacqueline Williams & Ana Graciela Méndez, '15 M.S., worked with adjunct professor Walt Bogdanich on an investigation that raised questions about the safety and viability of the Panama Canal. Their story was on the front page of The New York Times.
A six-month investigation by students in Prof. Giannina Segnini's cross-border investigations with data class resulted in a collaboration with Univision that showed how the cruise industry is one of the least regulated in the U.S., and how it shielded itself under the laws of tax havens from which it operates.
Iris Kuo '16 Knight-Bagehot Fellow launches a website database of female leadership at top consumer brands.See the GetLedBetter website.
Natasa Bansagi, '16 M.S., reports on how regulations turned "vapers" into activists.Read how her article came to be published in Motherboard.
THROUGH THE FIRE tells the story of recovering drug addict Luis DeJesus, who is trying to stay clean while coming to terms with a family where abuse and neglect stretch back generations. A film by Doc ‘15 students Nyasha Kadandara and Olivia Lace-Evans.
MARATHON MEN looks into the lives of three young men on the autism spectrum. The film explores how all three men and their families have found meaning and purpose through running. A film by Doc ‘15 students Raza Naqvi and Sara Obeidat.
Photography; fact-checking; how U.S. news is absorbed in other countries.Read summaries of recent Ph.D. dissertations.
Marybel Gonzalez, '16 M.S., writes her Master's Project on the Quinceanera in transition.Read how her project got published in The New York Times.
Tik Root '17 M.A., Science Concentration, published a class assignment about walls and wildlife.Read his article in The Washington Post.