Student Work

For his Master’s Project, '16 M.A., student Hassan Ghedi Santur traveled to Calais, France, over Winter Break to report on migrants in the notorious “Calais Camp.” Warscapes published his "Calais Jungle": Lives in Limbo based on that reporting, and a longer project that began with the Calais story became the e-book Maps of Exile.

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.

Roads & Kingdoms published an account of journeying to the former Islamic Caliphate in Bangladesh, a story that began as a '17 M.A. Master’s Thesis by Siddharthya Roy.

A rail trip through Kashmir took Maddy Crowell, '17 M.A., into the heart of one of the world’s most troublesome regional conflicts. Harper’s published her Letter from Kashmir about the conflict and the controversy surrounding completion of the rail line.

Shortly after graduation, Daniel Flatley, '17 M.A. Business, published his Master's Thesis about the coal business in West Virginia soon after graduation. He's now covering regulation in Washington, D.C. for Bloomberg.

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