SVWC Writers Speaking Out: May 29 – June 4

SVWC Writers Speaking Out: May 29 – June 4

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Here’s what our SVWC alumni have been writing about this week:

Lynsey Addario (SVWC 2017) – “A grave humanitarian crisis is unfolding in Ethiopia. ‘I never saw hell before, but now I have.’” – National Geographic

David Brooks (SVWC 2011 & 2017) – “You May Live A Lot Longer” – The New York Times

Jeffrey Brown (SVWC 2013-2019) – “How art is retelling powerful stories of Tulsa massacre, capturing community’s hopes” – PBS NewsHour

Maureen Corrigan (SVWC 2016) – “Struggling Writers Steal Someone Else’s Work In 2 New Suspense Novels” – NPR’s Fresh Air

Karen Crouse (SVWC 2018) – “At the U.S. Women’s Open, Jessica and Nelly Korda’s First Rounds Diverge” – The New York Times

Noah Feldman (SVWC 2021) – “Why the Supreme Court Just Expanded Police Powers – Unanimously” – Bloomberg

Sheri Fink (SVWC 2015 & 2021) – “Vaccine efforts for low-income countries get an extra $2.4 billion in promises” – The New York Times

Thomas L. Friedman (SVWC 2018) – “Bibi is Trump and the Israeli Change Coalition is Biden” – The New York Times

Louisa Thomas (SVWC 2017) – “What if Pro Sports Leagues Were Controlled By Their Players?” – The New Yorker

Fareed Zakaria (SVWC 2018) – “The populist right is still robust. The left should not be complacent.” – The Washington Post

 

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