The movie No was recently released in selected US cities and marks the first Chilean film to ever be nominated for an Oscar. Up for Best Foreign Film, No is a fictional story based on the real-life 1988 media campaign […]
Today, internship culture is on the rise, reflected by media coverage and books such as the 2012 bestseller Intern Nation. This is due to the increasing number of young and not-so-young adults turning to internships for career opportunities. While the quality […]
Thousands of newsworthy events with global ramifications have already intrigued and distracted us in 2013. Yet in the spirit of reflection and analysis, we thought we’d present a last look at images that captured the momentous year gone by. Last […]
If you met 17-year-old Ayanda Xoeie on the street, he would immediately tell you his name, the neighborhood he lives in, and that he is an activist. Ayanda believes that every generation has its own struggle, and for him, this […]
Check out the 2012 International Field Program’s (IFP) Aesthetic Photo Winners!
Last week, from the Caribbean to New York City and beyond, millions of people endured Hurricane Sandy’s wrath. Photographs and video footage alike have captured her destruction and the aftermath. These images remain difficult to comprehend, especially for those who were […]