Bailey Ulbricht '15 (Annapolis, Md.), an international relations major, wrote a column for the Sept. 10 edition of the Baltimore Sun, sharing her views on the conflict in Syria. Ulbricht, who spent this past summer teaching English to refugees on the Syrian-Turkish border, writes "But this is exactly the problem with humanitarian intervention rhetoric of the 21st-century: It too often omits the views of the very people we are supposedly helping, one of the most important facets of any argument for or against humanitarian action." She also appeared on Minneapolis/Saint Paul ABC affiliate KSTP's 5 o'clock newscast.
Ulbricht '15 in Baltimore Sun, on KSTP: What do the Syrians want?
September 10, 2013