• May 20, 2011 • Uncategorized • Views: 718

    New kids on the block

    by Sanjena Sathian For a small island, Cyprus is a bustling place. And for nine 18-21 year olds, I can’t help but be proud of our busy social and professional calendars in the mere 48 hours we’ve spent here so far. So, you’re...

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  • May 17, 2011 • Uncategorized • Views: 928

    A Reporter’s Reflections: Istanbul

    by Emily Ullmann Sophomore Associate Editor Emily Ullmann is tracking the experience of reporting in a country without a free press as we make our way through Turkey. Halfway through the trip, she reflects on what this meant in Istanbul....

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  • May 16, 2011 • Uncategorized • Views: 1900

    Our Bloggers for the Globalist Notebook

    Will Ellison ’18 is in Davenport College. Will writes on European foreign policy and international influence. Selena Anjur-Dietrich ’17 is in Ezra Stiles College. Selena writes about international design issues and conflicts....

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  • May 16, 2011 • Reporting Trips, Uncategorized • Views: 910

    What is Turkey?

    by Uzra Khan Every time I set foot in a new place, I immediately try to ‘figure it out’. What are the people’s attitudes to a variety of topics, what are people talking about in conversation, what is important to people,...

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  • May 7, 2011 • Uncategorized • Views: 759

    Setting out to Turkey!

    Dear Readers, From May 12 to May 26, 22 Globalist staff writers and members of the Editorial Board will travel to Turkey for our annual international reporting trip. Each summer for two weeks, a diverse team of Globalist writers, editors,...

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  • March 25, 2011 • The World at Yale, Uncategorized • Views: 935

    The Globalist Takeaway: The Glass House Screening

    Iranian documentary The Glass House exposes the harsh lives of young women in Iran. by Margaret Zhang...

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  • March 4, 2011 • Uncategorized • Views: 918

    Reach Out Trip to Uganda: The Beginning

    by Angelica Calabrese: Over spring break, a group of 13 students will be traveling to rural Uganda to work with a number of community-based organizations that support vulnerable children and orphans....

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  • May 22, 2010 • Jakarta, Uncategorized • Views: 1671

    A Day in the Kampung

    by Raisa In Indonesian, kampung is translated literally as “community” or “village,” but considered in Jakarta to be a slum neighborhood. To walk into a kampung is to walk into an intensely private, interconnected, and intimate...

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  • May 12, 2010 • Uncategorized • Views: 1017

    Hello from Taiwan!

    by Catherine What? We’re in Taiwan? The Globalist has completed two of three legs en route to Jakarta. At our first layover in Anchorage, we managed to refrain from buying reindeer sausage and five-pound boxes of salmon jerky. I...

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  • April 23, 2010 • Uncategorized • Views: 1317

    A Particular Partnership in Physics

    2,800 scientists from around the world navigate joint research of fundamental physics topics. by Betsey Cowell...

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