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A Tale of two countries: Part 2- Eyewitness to history: The refuge crisis in Greece

September 22nd, 2016
Spin Journalism seminar abroad photo

Photo by Iris Samuels, Class of 2019

This summer, six Princeton undergraduates embarked on Princeton's first journalism course abroad, in which students honed their on-the-ground reporting skills as they experienced firsthand the refugee crisis in Athens and on the island of Lesbos, Greece in the Ferris McGraw Seminar in Journalism "Reporting on the Front Lines of History — in Greece." This feature is Part 2 of a two-part series, "A Tale of Two Countries," focusing on new study abroad courses Princeton offered this summer. Part 1 introduces Princeton's first PIIRS (Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies) Global Seminar in France, in which students immersed themselves in the rich tradition of French theater from the heart of Paris to the countryside of Avignon.  

Read more on this story on the Princeton homepage.

 

 

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