For BBC World, Larry Madowo, '20 M.A. Business, reported on how Jumia, the start-up dubbed "the Amazon of Africa," is still trying to deliver on that promise.Jumia: The e-commerce start-up that fell from grace
Daniel Avis and Vidhi Choudhary, both '20 M.A. Business, found a lack of training, guidance and access to tests impeded a plan to make New York City pharmacies COVID-19 test sites.Cuomo’s Pharmacy COVID Testing Prescription Remains Unfilled
For the M.A. Arts & Culture Fall Seminar with Prof. Alisa Solomon, students wrote wide-ranging reviews and reports covering the French Institute Alliance Française (FIAF) Crossing the Line Festival. Their work was published by the website Hyperallergic.
For the Fall Business Seminar, Shant Shahrigian, '19 M.A. Business, wrote about a New York City politician who returned donations from oil interests.Green New Deal champion Costa Constantinides accepts Oil Heat PAC cash, gives it up when called out
Haleh Anvari, '18 M.A. Arts & Culture, wrote her M.A. thesis on the photos that defined the Iranian Revolution. It was published on the Aperture blog.The Photographs that Defined the Iranian Revolution
For her thesis, Hannah Moore, '19 M.A. Arts & Culture, explored a movement by the Kingston, Jamaica dancehall community to protect their work from appropriation by foreign pop artists.Dancehall Is Fighting to Protect – and Copyright – Its Dance Moves
For her thesis, Abigail Covington, '18 M.A. Arts & Culture, examined the legacy of Robert E. Lee at Washington & Lee University following the 2017 riots in Charlottesville. Her story was featured in The Delacorte Review's longform journalism magazine and podcast.
Orion Jones, '20 M.A. Business, wrote about Democratic candidates' plans to overhaul Social Security for Forbes in a piece that originated in Prof. Winnie O'Kelley's M.A. Business Fall Seminar.
Bevertone Kipchumba Some's, '17 M.A., Master's Thesis about Kenya's response to al-Shabaab terrorist attacks was published in New Africa. His report concludes how innocent Kenyans have withstood the worst of the fight between the Kenyan military and al-Shabaab.
Shortly after graduation, Daniel Flatley, '17 M.A. Business, published his Master's Thesis about the coal business in West Virginia. He's now covering regulation in Washington, D.C. for Bloomberg.An American Bankruptcy