Livia Albeck-Ripka, M.A. Science '17, published part of her thesis in The New York Times. Her story looks at the effects that climate change has on the mental health of an indigenous community in Rigolet, a town near Canada's eastern edge.Why Lost Ice Means Lost Hope for an Inuit Village
Javier Sauras, M.A. Politics '16, published several stories stemming from his Master's thesis, which looked at a program in Bolivia that combines modern maternity medicine with traditional indigenous practices.How One Bolivian Hospital is Battling Maternal Mortality - By Reaching Back Thousands of Years
Danile Flatley, MA Business '17, published his Master's thesis about the coal business in West Virginia soon after graduation. He's now covering regulation in Washington DC for Bloomberg.An American Bankruptcy
Sara Elkamel '15 M.A., Arts & Culture Concentration, reviews the Trafó studio after a performance Auction in Hungar.Read her review.
Amy Lieberman '14 M.A., Politics Concentration, wrote her thesis on Arizona's immigration patrol rebellion.Read the published article in Slate.
Mona Lalwani '14 M.A., Arts & Culture Concentration, writes her master's thesis on how banning club drugs hasn't made users safer.Read the published article in Vox.
Ben Taub '15 M.A., Politics Concentration, wrote his thesis on teens who join ISIS, which became the lead story in The New Yorker.Learn how the story came together.
Vanessa Quirk '15 M.A., Arts & Culture Concentration, wrote her master's thesis about an underground park, the Lowline.Read about how the work came together.
Katie Worth '15 M.A., Politics Concentration, revealed the imprecise science of DNA testing in court in her Master's thesis.Read the published article in Fusion.
Carmen Graciela Díaz '15 M.A., Arts & Culture Concentration, wrote about Hungary's theater on a funded reporting trip with 12 students.Read her feature article.
Brian Mastroianni ’14 M.A., Arts & Culture Concentration, turned a curiosity into a published thesis.Read about his path to publish in The Atlantic magazine.
Khadeeja Safdar '13 M.A., Business Concentration, exposed that Facebook's IPO wasn't disastrous for everyone.Watch as she explains how the story unfolded.