Posts Tagged ‘FASPE’

Keep the Rebel Spirit

By Natalie Lampert  I cried hard reading the headlines the morning after 49 people were murdered at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Fla., in the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history. I cried for the victims and their families. I cried for our country that is bruised and sick and hurting. Almost immediately, I thought of […]


Matt Beagle

UC Berkeley, Graduate School of Journalism Anticipated Graduation: 2017 Matt Beagle is student at the University of California Graduate School of Journalism and an intern at San Francisco’s NPR member station, KQED. His work in radio and digital media has appeared in The New York Times Magazine, today.com and Richmond Confidential. Matt has previously worked […]


Day One: “This Thing We Will Never Mention”

Inside the Neue Wache memorial in Berlin, dedicated to the victims of war and dictatorship. Our Day in a Nutshell: BERLIN — We started our first day in Germany with a talk from David Goldman, the founder of the Fellowships at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics (FASPE), who recalled that when he first […]