And Action: SAIS in Three Films
By Observer Staff
Bologna, Nanjing, and Washington—Welcome to Open House, prospective students. Surely, you are experiencing information overload as you listen to stimulating panels, speak to smart students and accomplished faculty, sit in on dynamic classroom discussions, and learn about the fun foreign language requirements (SAIS is a rare IR breed in that it offers an extensive language program integrated into the curriculum). When you have a moment, we encourage you to watch three films that offer a glimpse into the world of SAIS across our three campuses in Bologna, Italy; Nanjing, China; and Washington, D.C.
An Interview with Xiangxue (Magic) Zheng
Hans Faye https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2QcePLSVO-A&t=18s Xiangxue (Magic) Zheng (SAIS '23) has accomplished quite a lot in his young life. He has...
An Interview with David Smolansky
Hans Faye https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6UH7fqv4SII&t=217s SAIS Masters of International Public Policy (MIPP) student David Smolansky has a wealth of wisdom to share...
The Beautiful Game Pt. 1 – Jay Kolina & Aditya Misra
Aditya Misra https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BWT7uKr2xlk With match day one of the 2022 Qatar World Cup underway, Jay Kolina and I discuss the...
The Biden Administration Managed to Pass the Inflation Reduction Act. But How Will It Work?
Hans Faye https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZGPE6fag-Os Will the Inflation Reduction Act deliver for climate activists? In her recent article, SAIS student Ishani Srivastava...
How to Prevent Future Shortages in the Medical Supply Chain￼
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SQ_QT1ixbyQ In this week's interview, SAIS Bologna student Tyler Parmelee discusses his recent article on medical supply chains, why they...
“On Creating a Catalan Future” with Mary Hopkins
In this video, staff writer Mary Hopkins discusses her recent article and interview with Dr. Victoria Alsina, Minister of Foreign...