Over the winter break, students from SAIS Nanjing documented their experiences
By: KHUN NYAN MIN HTET
The Hopkins-Nanjing Center took the week of Thanksgiving off. This video compilation highlights the breadth of experiences HNC students had that week, whether it be going home for the holiday, travelling the world or enjoying a staycation in Nanjing.
Khun Nyan Min Htet is a staff writer at the Nanjing Bureau. He is a HNC Certificate/SAIS M.A. student currently completing his Certificate at the Hopkins-Nanjing Center before starting at SAIS DC next fall.
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.
Chances are, you know these words well: AFP, CNS, Evolution of the International System and Theories of IR — SAIS’ four core courses. But are they still relevant? Are they covering the right material? Do they need revision? Listen to Erik Jones, head of the European Studies program at SAIS, and students, weigh in on this issue in this video.
SAIS Europe celebrates Thanksgiving in the annual feast in the auditorium — and a special guest appearance by the SAIS Europe-pardonned turkey.
Dear Boo, your biweekly advice columnist, answers your questions in a special edition this week! Find a video response to the following questions on saisobserver.org. Have a question for Boo? Email her at email@example.com.
Just heard the term intellectually sexy (referring to a professor). can you explain the term and what does it take to acquire it?
I have a crush on a guy who is a strict vegetarian, while I am a faithful meat lover. Is this going to work out?
Pensive in a Korean BBQ Restaurant
John Lloyd – Director of Journalism, Reuters Institute at the University of Oxford, U.K.; Contributing Editor, Financial Times; Columnist, Reuters.com and la Repubblica
Part of the International Journalism Series. Organized in collaboration with the Reuters Institute, Oxford, U.K. with support from the CCSDD, a joint venture of Johns Hopkins University SAIS Europe and the University of Bologna, Italy
John Lloyd is Director of Journalism at the Reuters Institute at the University of Oxford and a contributing editor to the Financial Times.
For the Financial Times, he has been Labour Editor, Industrial Editor, East European Editor and Moscow Bureau Chief. In 2003, he was founding Editor of the Financial Times Weekend Magazine. He does a weekly column for Reuters and writes regularly for la Repubblica of Rome.
He has written several books, including Loss without Limit: the British Miners’ Strike (with Martin Adeney); The Future of Work (with Charles Leadbeater); Birth of a Nation: an Anatomy of Russia; and What the Media are doing to our Politics.
He is chairman of the Advisory Board of the Moscow School of Civic Enlightenment.
His awards for journalism include the British Press Award for Specialist Reporter of the Year, the Granada Award for Journalist of the Year, the David Watt Prize for outstanding journalism and the Biagi Agnes Lifetime Achievement in Journalism Award.
SAIS students submitted their global moves for the SAIS Summer Dance Video by second-year Karin Riechenberg. Check it out here!