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Student Work

Courtney Vinopal, '17 M.S., visited a refugee resettlement agency in New Haven, CT as part of the Reporting Refugees class. After the visit, Courtney published a story on realclearinvestigations.com on how the U.S. system’s emphasis on self-reliance gives refugees just a few months to resettle, learn English and find a job.

 

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.

Students in the Human Rights Reporting class taught by Prof. Lonnie Isabel learn the basic tenets of human rights law and international enforcement bodies. Global Citizens Press, their website, features stories on child brides, gender violence, workplace equality and a wide range of other global human rights issues.

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