Student bloggers: Aki’s fall recap

Hello again! I am excited to begin the next semester after a well-deserved break. I am thrilled to have the opportunity to attend classes in-person this semester, in addition to the previous one. As this is my first experience studying abroad for an extended period, I have encountered a plethora of new experiences and challenges. I find it hard to believe that a quarter of my semesters at Fletcher have already passed.

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8th Annual Conference on Gender and International Affairs

A flagship annual event is upon us, readers. Next week will see the 8th Annual Conference on Gender and International Affairs take place at Fletcher. It’s an exciting event not only for its subject-area focus, which has established itself as one of the most popular at Fletcher in the past decade, but also for the fact that it’s an entirely student-organized and led event. It’s also open to the public, and I’d encourage anyone in our area to consider checking it out.

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New student bloggers: introducing Gautier

I’m always excited to introduce readers to new student bloggers. Particularly so this year, as we have some new contributors from some of Fletcher’s more specialized degree programs. Today we’ll meet Gautier, a student in the Master of Arts in Transatlantic Affairs (MATA) program. The MATA is a jointly-awarded degree between Fletcher and the College of Europe based in Belgium, whose students spend time at both institutions as well as in an internship focused on the Transatlantic relationship. Take it away, Gautier!

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