Over two years, SAIS has given each of us one of the best educations in the world, stimulated our intellect in newfound ways and opened doors to our future careers. It is time to give back for all we have received. Section Editor and former Co-Editor-In-Chief, Tristram Thomas, calls for giving to the Class Gift.
Former SAIS Dean Paul Wolfowitz is honored with a portrait unveiling ceremony for his leadership and accomplishments at the school.
SAIS Observer editors have a note for you.
Sana Ali, guest contributor at SAIS Washington, wrote that a historical posture of hardship has survived in the Pakistani consciousness from one crisis to another, but now Pakistan finds itself in a security storm with internal conflicts threatening the writ of the state.
The commencement ceremony for the SAIS class 2014 is around the corner!
Maryan Escarfullet, associate editor at HNC, wrote that recent events have demonstrated the ways in which Snowden’s leaks have benefitted the public.
Section Editor Thomas Proctor argues that Bradley Manning and Edward Snowden’s experiences should demonstrate the risks that come with trusting leakers to act in the public’s best interest.
Polina Bogomolova, guest contributor at SAIS Washington, discussed food labels in her opinion piece.
Kelsey Soeth wrote a letter to the editors discussing the “Teagate” at SAIS Europe.
For the first time in Hopkins-Nanjing Center history, the Center has organized a research conference focused on East Asian regionalism. Associate Editor in HNC, Maryan Escarfullett covers the highlights of the conference.
SAIS students in the Hopkins-Nanjing Center will celebrate the Dragon Boat Festival by participating in the annual Dragon Boat race. Anne Meredith, staff writer in HNC, talked with the SAIS dragon boat team.