By GARRETT SWEITZER To the casual observer, Fitz Fitzpatrick may seem to be an overly diligent student who spends an … More
by: Caroline Yarber NANJING–The Hopkins-Nanjing Center provides a unique opportunity for SAIS students. Not only do students receive an immersive … More
By UTPALA MENON With a Fulbright scholarship and multiple policy research initiatives in the MENA region, Jamil Wyne already has … More
BY KADY HAMMER Sitting down with a professional photojournalist was intimidating for an amateur journalist like myself, especially when that … More
A discussion with new 1st year MA SGA representatives, Hengrui Liu and Nathasha Soon: Could you tell me a little … More
We asked a couple of our classmates what they did this summer to see where everyone is coming from and … More
Assistant Editor at SAIS Nanjing
During his last year in high school, Professor Adam K. Webb got a Chinese textbook and began teaching himself.
Assistant Editor at SAIS Europe
Each year, SAIS Europe draws on experts from all over the world who bring a wide range of personal and professional experiences to bear on academics in Bologna.
This year Professor William Belding, on loan for a semester from the School of International Service at American University, is one of them.
Associate Editor at SAIS Washington
It is difficult to find an average profile among SAIS students. Our classmates come from a variety of backgrounds, spanning across a variety of nationalities, religions, academic fields and interests.That diversity makes it hard to find a representative profile of the student body. That was not lost on Shahed Ghoreishi, a first year in Middle East Studies in DC.
The SAIS Observer Staff
SAIS students will be afforded a treat this coming Sunday when Eric Steiner, SAIS Europe ’95, SAIS DC ’96, will read from his self-published autobiography, On Moon Square, at Bistro Bohem in the Shaw neighborhood.