For his Master's Thesis, Ben Taub, '15 M.A. Politics, reported on European teens who joined ISIS. It became the lead story in The New Yorker, where Taub is now a staff writer.
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.
Katie Worth, '15 M.A. Politics, revealed the imprecise science of DNA testing in court in her Master's thesis, which was co-published Frontline, The Marshall Project and Fusion.
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.
For her Master's Thesis, Khadeeja Safdar, '13 M.A. Business, investigated the Facebook IPO - and showed that it wasn't disastrous for everyone. Her piece was published by The Atlantic.
Davide Casati, ’14 M.A. Business, followed a story about an arrest of an accountant at The Vatican for his thesis and published it in The New York Times.