Jeremy Olds, '17 M.A. Arts & Culture, tells the story of an unlikely art collective on Tennessee's death row in his Master's Thesis, which was published by The Marshall Project.
Sara Elkamel, '15 M.A. Arts & Culture, reviews the performance of Auction in Hungary.
Mona Lalwani, '14 M.A. Arts & Culture, wrote her Master's Thesis on how banning club drugs hasn't made users safer.
Vanessa Quirk, '15 M.A. Arts & Culture, wrote her Master's Thesis about an underground park called the Lowline in New York City. It was published in Atlas Obscura.
Carmen Graciela Díaz, '15 M.A. Arts & Culture, wrote about theater in Hungary during a funded reporting trip with 12 other students.
Brian Mastroianni, ’14 M.A. Arts & Culture, turned a curiosity about miming into a thesis published in The Atlantic.