SVWC Writers Speaking Out: Apr 10-16

SVWC Writers Speaking Out: Apr 10-16

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

David Brooks (SVWC 2011 & 2017) – “Wisdom Isn’t What You Think It Is” – The New York Times

Jeffrey Brown (SVWC 2013-2019) – “How the 2008 economic crisis created a ‘new wandering tribe’ of seasonal workers” – PBS NewsHour

William D. Cohan (SVWC 2015) – “Bullying, Booze, and Choke Holds: With Goldman Sachs’s Culture Under the Microscope, a Former Intern’s Abuse Suit Moves Forward” – Vanity Fair

Steve Coll (SVWC 2018) – “Leaving Afghanistan, and the Lessons of America’s Longest War” – The New Yorker

Maureen Corrigan (SVWC 2016) – “‘The Final Revival of Opal and Nev’ Is a Faux Music History That Rocks” – NPR’s Fresh Air

Sheri Fink (SVWC 2015) – “The Covax initiative seeks $2b to lock up vaccine in advance for lower-income countries” – The New York Times

Thomas L. Friedman (SVWC 2018) – “We Need a High Wall With a Big Gate on the Southern Border” – The New York Times

Patrick Radden Keefe (SVWC 2021) – “Journalist Investigates ‘Crime Story’ Of The Sackler Family And The Opioid Crisis” – NPR’s Fresh Air

Tommy Orange (SVWC 2019) – “The Books That Made Me: 8 Writers on Their Literary Inspirations” – The New York Times

George Packer (SVWC 2008 & 2020) – “Biden Can Redeem His Mistake” – The Atlantic

Fareed Zakaria (SVWC 2018) – “Biden is right. It’s time to end the forever war in Afghanistan.” – The Washington Post

 

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