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  • May 17, 2012 • Reporting Trips • Views: 712

    BREAKING NEWS — Santiago

    by Sanjena Sathian I can’t count how many times I’ve said over the phone or in an email, “yo soy una periodista estudiantil y estoy en Chile investigando el tema de la industria de mineria, podemos reunirnos para que yo...

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  • May 17, 2012 • Reporting Trips • Views: 867

    Avocados, Empanadas, and Completos–Oh my!!!

    by Emily Ullmann Poor college students we may be, but the Globalist has a knack for keeping our stomachs satisfied with the best that a city has to offer. Margaret gave a glimpse of the culinary delights we had devoured in the first few...

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  • October 5, 2011 • Reporting Trips, Theme, Turkey • Views: 1993

    Untying the Knots

    A Look into the Decline of “Traditional” Turkish Carpets ...

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  • June 30, 2011 • Reporting Trips • Views: 1137

    My Istanbul, Then and Now

    by Raisa Bruner Four years ago is nothing more than a blink of an eye in the life of a city. But for me, it’s been a long four years — and as far as I can tell, Istanbul has changed. I first arrived in Istanbul exactly four years...

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  • June 7, 2011 • Reporting Trips • Views: 1140

    Channel Istanbul: The Next Panama Canal?

    by Mariana de Lanzas Goded A new wave of pride and optimism is spreading through Turkey: it’s called 2023. It’s a plan endorsed by Prime Minister Erdogan and his ruling party, the AKP, consisting of a variety of projects to be...

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  • May 30, 2011 • Reporting Trips • Views: 834

    A Reporter’s Reflections: the Huriyet Daily News

    by Eli Markham During our second to last morning in Istanbul, a number of Globalist reporters met with David Judson, a columnist for Hurriyet, Turkey’s largest English-language daily. A self-described “heretic among the Christians,”...

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  • May 30, 2011 • Reporting Trips • Views: 1459

    Beyond the beaches: landmines in Cyprus

    by Sophie Broach Known for its beautiful beaches and extravagant shopping opportunities, Cyprus is also home to some 15,000 unexploded landmines. I have to assume the majority of tourists that flock to the beaches of Famagusta Bay have no...

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  • May 29, 2011 • Reporting Trips • Views: 810

    Searching for the missing

    by Emily Ullmann A belated reflection from Cyprus… In the aftermath of the 1974 Cypriot conflict, 1,464 Greek Cypriots and 494 Turkish Cypriots were reported missing. Over the years that followed, both mass graves and individual...

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  • May 25, 2011 • Reporting Trips • Views: 566

    Wrapping up…

    Dear Readers, Tonight was our last night as a group in Turkey. We spent it well: at dinner in the Istanbul Modern, looking out at the Bosphorous and soaking in the city we’ve all fallen in love with. This was my first time traveling...

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  • May 24, 2011 • Reporting Trips • Views: 728

    Glo meeting presidents count: 3

    by Emily Ullmann “Glo is about to meet another president… of an unrecognized country!” Sanjena could barely contain her disbelief and excitement as she followed three men and the paparazzi into a remodeled Byzantine church. On a...

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