Glimpse from the Globe’s Senior and Junior Correspondents produce regional and issue-based analysis relevant to ongoing events throughout the world. Correspondents also produce a number of feature pieces, including op-eds, policy papers, face-off debates and multimedia works.
Kirian Mischke-Reeds is a junior majoring in International Relations and the Global Economy with a minor in Environmental Studies. Growing up to a German-Spanish mother and an American father in the Bay Area inspired Kirian to study international issues, focusing particularly on European foreign policy and the global climate change regime. This past summer, he interned at Climate XChange, doing research on North Carolina's climate policy. On campus, Kirian is a member of the Delta Phi Epsilon Foreign Service Fraternity and is a fellow at the Global Policy Institute.
— Junior Correspondent —
Ruhi is a senior majoring in International Relations/Global Business and double minoring in Computer Science and Applied Analytics. She grew up in Saratoga, CA, but moved to Bangalore, India when she was 10. Having lived in two countries, she is fascinated by the different cultural experiences present in each society. She is passionate about sustainable technology and criminal justice reform in and hopes to be a lawyer. Ruhi is interested in examining the factors and consequences of the wars in global conflict zones and hopes to learn more about the policy-making process. She loves to read, enjoys playing classical piano and loves eating chocolate chip cookies.