Michael Cornish, second-year MA candidate at SAIS Washington, responds to the story ‘Bidding Harder to Avoid at SAIS DC’ in Issue 5.
In the Issue 6 profile of Professor William Belding, it was incorrectly stated that Belding is a Nobel Peace Prize winner. He was the CEO of Vietnam Veterans of America Foundation and co-founder of the International Campaign to Ban Landmines, an organization which won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1997. He also holds a degree from Yale, but he has not taught there. We apologize for the errors.
JAMEEL KHAN Assistant Editor at SAIS Washington Heightened security measures went into effect at the Washington, DC campus following an unspecified threat to the SAIS community during the week of September 16.
THOMAS PROCTOR Staff Writer at SAIS Washington In addition to heightened security on SAIS DC’s campus, a few students have personally encountered safety issues. The first incident was in mid-September. Joe Geni (SAIS ‘13), the school’s resident DJ, was assaulted on S Street while walking home late one night.
CHRISTINE CROFT Guest Contributor AT SAIS Washington THE Kenney Auditorium was abuzz Friday, October 11 in anticipation of the Fall Career Fair. The prospect of jobs, networking and smooth elevator pitches awaited many students for the three-hour event.
ZEESHAN VAZEER Guest Contributor at SAIS Washington October 15 saw the celebration of the holy day of Eid across the Muslim world. The tradition was upheld here at SAIS Washington when a group of ten students (not all Muslim), draped in color and a festive disposition, attended the special morning prayers at The Islamic Center Mosque.
Weekly letters to the editor from SAIS students across the three campuses.
The biweekly advice column addresses in video form on being a meat-lover in vegetarian romances and being intellectual sexy. (Produced by Video Editor Holly Naylor)
MICHAEL St. GERMAIN Assistant Editor at SAIS Europe Just as leaders in both the United States in Italy abruptly abdicated their governing responsibilities, 1300 young leaders from all around the world descended on Johannesburg, South Africa to attend the premiere global youth leadership summit, One Young World (OYW).
Karishma Chanrai features John Lloyd - Director of Journalism, Reuters Institute at the University of Oxford, U.K.; Contributing Editor, Financial Times; Columnist, Reuters.com and la Repubblica.