I'm a student in International Development and History at McGill. My research has been focused on Latin America, but I'm interested in all things global and multicultural: I am Franco-American, go to school in Canada, and have done work on Africa and Asia within my development major.
I'm thrilled to be entering the world of radio production, and to have the chance to explore topics that I'm passionate about.
When I'm not reading about the crazy things happening all over the world, I enjoy taking long walks while listening to podcasts, playing three different chords on the ukulele, and plenty of Netflix.
Thailand suffered one of the worst attacks in its history on Monday. But who is responsible?
The wild boar population in Italy is growing fast. Now, an elderly man has been killed by one of the animals.
Russians put dill in absolutely everything, and this expat is getting sick of it.
With the GOP debates coming up, we've been focused on the U.S. primaries. But another set of primary elections is happening this weekend... in Argentina.
Everyone knows about the untimely death of Cecil the lion. But how many are aware of the tremendous economic difficulties and human rights abuses in Zimbabwe?
Supermodel Gisele Bündchen supposedly visited her plastic surgeon in Paris wearing a head-to-ankle burqa. People in France and abroad reacted with confusion, outrage and humor.
Could it be? Pétanque fans are once again pushing to include the most unlikely of sports in the 2024 Summer Olympics. Does it really meet the criteria?
Niloofar Rahmani and Esther Mbabazi have paved the way for female pilots in Afghanistan and Rwanda — although not without difficulty.
Did you think knowing how to speak the language was a prerequisite for winning a Scrabble championship? Think again: Nigel Richards just became the World Champion of Francophone Scrabble, and he doesn't speak French.
The states Guerrero, Michoacán and Jalisco are experiencing a surge in crime, despite the fact that the government has eliminated most of the major drug cartels — long the source of the country's worst crime problems. But it may be that seeming success that has led to the new problem with crime.