Along the way, I’ve written about (or, at least, mentioned) lots of different student activities, but somehow haven’t much touched on one of the oldest and most established of them: The Fletcher Forum of World Affairs. The Forum, Fletcher’s student-run scholarly journal, has been producing two new issues each year since 1975, and it’s a draw for our many students with an interest in research, writing, journalism, and the business of journalism, among other areas.
On the Forum’s site, you can see both the current issue and archives going back to 2000, as well as a special issue dedicated to the spring 2008 Fletcher conference on Edward R. Murrow and public diplomacy.
Fletcher is also the home of Murrow’s library, giving him an unusually current place in our community.
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