By Neva Newcombe-Cook On Wednesdays and Thursdays, Louka Morin-Tremblay wakes up at 12 AM. His first class doesn’t start untilContinue Reading
Absolutely, IHEID students have an imperative to critique the Institute一 for example, how can it be that a student coming from a country in crisis with limited personal resources qualifies for $0 in financial assistance? However, IHEID students must also reflect a critical gaze back at themselves and ask important questions about the way we operate as a community. What kind of student stories are visible at IHEID, and what stories get buried? Where do non-elites fit into this community?