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The print, radio and television reports included on this webpage are the work of students in the CIJ program, some the result of internships in Minnesota, others done as part of internships abroad. All reflect the program's focus on integrating journalism skills with other disciplines and making global issues relevant to local communities.Paulina YanezAurrera, A New Plague in MexicoJulia DegenInside the Obama Campaign Lena Maria ReersStarting Over: Different paths lead immigrants to Canada from India, AustraliaJennifer Viñas-ForcadePatricia Torres Ray, Minnesota's First Latina state senator, looks forward to new challengesDagmar DienerBringing history to lifeMartin EckhardtThe road to GermanyAl Ousseynou NdiayeIslam and freedom of the press Kestrel JenkinsThe story of a foreigner in ChileAdrienne-Janine MarskeHelping Miss DaisyShelby MeyersAround the world, Chucks have enduring appealElise Esteves LaranjoBaring our breasts, or beating them?
Hamline forensic science students and a faculty member were featured in a story on KARE 11 News that illustrated the physical evidence a person leaves behind in a given day and how forensic scientists might collect and examine those clues.
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