THOMAS PROCTOR Staff Writer at SAIS Washington From internships to DC municipal services, SAIS DC students weather the shutdown storm.
AHMET ÇINAR Guest Contributor at SAIS Washington It is worth paying attention to local history in DC. Events last weekend led me to a strange and wonderful chapter in my home country of Turkey’s relations with the United States.
Jameel Khan Assistant Editor at SAIS Washington On September 21, while most of Washington slept, over sixty students descended upon the Nitze lobby with backpacks and sleeping bags in hand ready to commence this year’s Fall “Staff Ride” to Gettysburg, Pennsylvania -- marking the 150th anniversary of America’s Civil War battle.
Xiupei Liang Guest Contributor at SAIS Washington As soon as I landed in the US, I realized this country welcomed me with an ubiquity of genetically modified food (GMO) -- a product met with great suspicion in my native China and in other countries.
Photos from the SAIS DC welcome of non-DC second-years to Washington -- with an Italian dinner. (Photos by Nimisha Jaiswal)
SELIM KORU Assistant Editor for SAIS Washington Over one hundred second-year graduate students from all three SAIS campuses attended the welcome Italian dinner Wednesday at Kenney Auditorium.
MICHAEL St. GERMAIN, MARYAN ESCARFULLETT and NIMISHA JAISWAL Editors, SAIS Europe, Nanjing and DC Almost the first concern of every incoming SAIS student is the search for housing. Although everyone studies at the same school, students on SAIS’ three campuses in three diverse cities go through different experiences during their days of house-hunting.
SELIM KORU Assistant Editor for SAIS Washington SAIS Washington gets a new café, new food, new staff --- and new coffee!