As a college student in 2015, Ben Bartenstein found himself 4,000 miles from home in Rabat, Morocco. Bartenstein went to Morocco to pursue a career in journalism, an offbeat choice compared to others from his Wisconsin hometown of only 500 people. Most of his childhood … Read Full Article about Alumni Spotlight: Ben Bartenstein
Photo Credit: MAP. April 6th, 2020. Three stories you need to read today. Compiled and broken … Read Full Article about Morocco Makes Face Masks Compulsory; Morocco Looks to Foreign Debt to Deal with Coronavirus; Morocco’s Literacy Program Serves 290,000 Remote Learners
Photo Credit: Middle East Eye April 6th, 2020 Three stories you need to read today. Compiled … Read Full Article about News Roundup: Casablanca Hospital Transforms Maternity, Pediatric Wards; Morocco to free over 5,000 prisoners; Why Morocco’s king is moving closer to Saudi Arabia’s MBS
Photo Credit: Morocco World News April 3rd, 2020 Three stories you need to read today. … Read Full Article about News Roundup: Morocco confirms 27 more cases of Covid-19; Coronavirus fuels domestic violence; EU makes a decision on products from the Sahara.
Photo Credit: Rachel Berets. The following article was written by Rachel Berets, an alumna of the SIT: Field Studies in Journalism and New Media fall 2019 semester. Her piece was published in … Read Full Article about The Latest in Language Confusion: Morocco Switches Back from Arabic to French
The following article was written by Ryley Graham, a fall 2019 alum of SIT: Field Studies in Journalism and New Media. On February 7th, 2020, her story was published in USA Today. ZENATA BEACH, … Read Full Article about Moroccan families mourn drowning of 45 who used risky migration route to Spain