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Shaken But Never Sunk: Terror In Paris

Shaken But Never Sunk: Terror In Paris

 By Sara Chatterjee Senior Reporter Youth Journalism International   PARIS, France – Ten months after the attacks on Charlie Hebdo, Paris came under siege again after shootings shook the city in four different neighborhoods and at least two bombs exploded at the national football stadium in St. Denis last night. As the night went on and the worst attack on France since World War II unfolded, terrorists took people inside the Bataclan, a renowned theatre in the heart of Paris, hostage … Read entire article »

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India’s Anti-Rape Protests Miss The Point

India’s Anti-Rape Protests Miss The Point

By Sara Chatterjee Reporter Youth Journalism International NEW DELHI, India – The shock and anger expressed by thousands of citizens against the brutal gang rape of a 23-year-old medical student on December 16th is now redirected towards the government. The turn of events – which include calls on social media for a boycott of the national holiday Republic Day later this month – has politicized what is primarily a social, perhaps even cultural, problem. The ruling Congress government can certainly … Read entire article »

Filed under: India, New Delhi, protests, rape, Sara Chatterjee

India’s Anti-Rape Protests Miss The Point

India’s Anti-Rape Protests Miss The Point

By Sara Chatterjee Reporter Youth Journalism International NEW DELHI, India – The shock and anger expressed by thousands of citizens against the brutal gang rape of a 23-year-old medical student on December 16th is now redirected towards the government. The turn of events – which include calls on social media for a boycott of the national holiday Republic Day later this month – has politicized what is primarily a social, perhaps even cultural, problem. The ruling Congress government can certainly … Read entire article »

Filed under: India, New Delhi, protests, rape, Sara Chatterjee

More Winners From YJI’s Contest

More Winners From YJI’s Contest

Photo provided Jasmine Wang with her trophy YJI photo The 2012 Jacinta  Marie Bunnell trophy We’re happy to share these latest photos of a couple of the winners in the Youth Journalism International 2012 Excellence in Journalism contest. Announced earlier this month, the contest, which is open to young writers, photographers and artists all over the world, honored teens in 18 countries. Most were not students at Youth Journalism International, though some, like Sara Chatterjee, who is pictured below, are. Jasmine Wang, … Read entire article »

Filed under: 2012 Annual Contest, Excellence in Journalism Contest, Jacinta Marie Bunnell Award, Jasmine Wang, movie review, Sara Chatterjee, Tintin

More Winners From YJI’s Contest

More Winners From YJI’s Contest

Photo provided Jasmine Wang with her trophy YJI photo The 2012 Jacinta  Marie Bunnell trophy We’re happy to share these latest photos of a couple of the winners in the Youth Journalism International 2012 Excellence in Journalism contest. Announced earlier this month, the contest, which is open to young writers, photographers and artists all over the world, honored teens in 18 countries. Most were not students at Youth Journalism International, though some, like Sara Chatterjee, who is pictured below, are. Jasmine Wang, … Read entire article »

Filed under: 2012 Annual Contest, Excellence in Journalism Contest, Jacinta Marie Bunnell Award, Jasmine Wang, movie review, Sara Chatterjee, Tintin

More Winners From YJI’s Contest

More Winners From YJI’s Contest

Photo provided Jasmine Wang with her trophy YJI photo The 2012 Jacinta  Marie Bunnell trophy We’re happy to share these latest photos of a couple of the winners in the Youth Journalism International 2012 Excellence in Journalism contest. Announced earlier this month, the contest, which is open to young writers, photographers and artists all over the world, honored teens in 18 countries. Most were not students at Youth Journalism International, though some, like Sara Chatterjee, who is pictured below, are. Jasmine Wang, … Read entire article »

Filed under: 2012 Annual Contest, Excellence in Journalism Contest, Jacinta Marie Bunnell Award, Jasmine Wang, movie review, Sara Chatterjee, Tintin

More Winners From YJI’s Contest

More Winners From YJI’s Contest

Photo provided Jasmine Wang with her trophy YJI photo The 2012 Jacinta  Marie Bunnell trophy We’re happy to share these latest photos of a couple of the winners in the Youth Journalism International 2012 Excellence in Journalism contest. Announced earlier this month, the contest, which is open to young writers, photographers and artists all over the world, honored teens in 18 countries. Most were not students at Youth Journalism International, though some, like Sara Chatterjee, who is pictured below, are. Jasmine Wang, … Read entire article »

Filed under: 2012 Annual Contest, Excellence in Journalism Contest, Jacinta Marie Bunnell Award, Jasmine Wang, movie review, Sara Chatterjee, Tintin

More Winners From YJI’s Contest

More Winners From YJI’s Contest

Photo provided Jasmine Wang with her trophy YJI photo The 2012 Jacinta  Marie Bunnell trophy We’re happy to share these latest photos of a couple of the winners in the Youth Journalism International 2012 Excellence in Journalism contest. Announced earlier this month, the contest, which is open to young writers, photographers and artists all over the world, honored teens in 18 countries. Most were not students at Youth Journalism International, though some, like Sara Chatterjee, who is pictured below, are. Jasmine Wang, … Read entire article »

Filed under: 2012 Annual Contest, Excellence in Journalism Contest, Jacinta Marie Bunnell Award, Jasmine Wang, movie review, Sara Chatterjee, Tintin

More Winners From YJI’s Contest

More Winners From YJI’s Contest

Photo provided Jasmine Wang with her trophy YJI photo The 2012 Jacinta  Marie Bunnell trophy We’re happy to share these latest photos of a couple of the winners in the Youth Journalism International 2012 Excellence in Journalism contest. Announced earlier this month, the contest, which is open to young writers, photographers and artists all over the world, honored teens in 18 countries. Most were not students at Youth Journalism International, though some, like Sara Chatterjee, who is pictured below, are. Jasmine Wang, … Read entire article »

Filed under: 2012 Annual Contest, Excellence in Journalism Contest, Jacinta Marie Bunnell Award, Jasmine Wang, movie review, Sara Chatterjee, Tintin

Descoings Changed Sciences Po From Elite French School To International University

Descoings Changed Sciences Po From Elite French School To International University

Photo courtesy Rémi Gérard Richard Descoings, director of Sciences Po,  in his element, surrounded by students By Sara Chatterjee Reporter Youth Journalism International LE HAVRE, France – Students and staff of Sciences Po awoke Wednesday morning to the huge shock of the death of Richard Descoings: academician, State Council member, college director, and –  many would say – visionary.   Sciences Po, a prestigious French university that is considered a training ground for future politicians and administrators, was profoundly transformed by Descoings … Read entire article »

Filed under: France, Le Havre, Richard Descoings, Sara Chatterjee, Sciences Po

Descoings Changed Sciences Po From Elite French School To International University

Descoings Changed Sciences Po From Elite French School To International University

Photo courtesy Rémi Gérard Richard Descoings, director of Sciences Po,  in his element, surrounded by students By Sara Chatterjee Reporter Youth Journalism International LE HAVRE, France – Students and staff of Sciences Po awoke Wednesday morning to the huge shock of the death of Richard Descoings: academician, State Council member, college director, and –  many would say – visionary.   Sciences Po, a prestigious French university that is considered a training ground for future politicians and administrators, was profoundly transformed by Descoings … Read entire article »

Filed under: France, Le Havre, Richard Descoings, Sara Chatterjee, Sciences Po

Descoings Changed Sciences Po From Elite French School To International University

Descoings Changed Sciences Po From Elite French School To International University

Photo courtesy Rémi Gérard Richard Descoings, director of Sciences Po,  in his element, surrounded by students By Sara Chatterjee Reporter Youth Journalism International LE HAVRE, France – Students and staff of Sciences Po awoke Wednesday morning to the huge shock of the death of Richard Descoings: academician, State Council member, college director, and –  many would say – visionary.   Sciences Po, a prestigious French university that is considered a training ground for future politicians and administrators, was profoundly transformed by Descoings … Read entire article »

Filed under: France, Le Havre, Richard Descoings, Sara Chatterjee, Sciences Po

Descoings Changed Sciences Po From Elite French School To International University

Descoings Changed Sciences Po From Elite French School To International University

Photo courtesy Rémi Gérard Richard Descoings, director of Sciences Po,  in his element, surrounded by students By Sara Chatterjee Reporter Youth Journalism International LE HAVRE, France – Students and staff of Sciences Po awoke Wednesday morning to the huge shock of the death of Richard Descoings: academician, State Council member, college director, and –  many would say – visionary.   Sciences Po, a prestigious French university that is considered a training ground for future politicians and administrators, was profoundly transformed by Descoings … Read entire article »

Filed under: France, Le Havre, Richard Descoings, Sara Chatterjee, Sciences Po

Descoings Changed Sciences Po From Elite French School To International University

Descoings Changed Sciences Po From Elite French School To International University

Photo courtesy Rémi Gérard Richard Descoings, director of Sciences Po,  in his element, surrounded by students By Sara Chatterjee Reporter Youth Journalism International LE HAVRE, France – Students and staff of Sciences Po awoke Wednesday morning to the huge shock of the death of Richard Descoings: academician, State Council member, college director, and –  many would say – visionary.   Sciences Po, a prestigious French university that is considered a training ground for future politicians and administrators, was profoundly transformed by Descoings … Read entire article »

Filed under: France, Le Havre, Richard Descoings, Sara Chatterjee, Sciences Po

Descoings Changed Sciences Po From Elite French School To International University

Descoings Changed Sciences Po From Elite French School To International University

Photo courtesy Rémi Gérard Richard Descoings, director of Sciences Po,  in his element, surrounded by students By Sara Chatterjee Reporter Youth Journalism International LE HAVRE, France – Students and staff of Sciences Po awoke Wednesday morning to the huge shock of the death of Richard Descoings: academician, State Council member, college director, and –  many would say – visionary.   Sciences Po, a prestigious French university that is considered a training ground for future politicians and administrators, was profoundly transformed by Descoings … Read entire article »

Filed under: France, Le Havre, Richard Descoings, Sara Chatterjee, Sciences Po