A Conversation with Sarah Stillman

Sarah Stillman ’06, journalist, sat down with The New Journal for an interview.

Sarah Stillman '06, journalist, sat down with The New Journal for an interview. Reading Sarah Stillman’s resume is scary. Six years after she graduated from Yale with a Marshall Scholarship, as well as both Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Anthropology, Stillman has written for The Nation, The Washington Post, The Atlantic.com, and The New Yorker. “The Invisible Army,” which The New Yorker published last June, is a finalist for a National Magazine Award. She sat down with The New Journal to talk about finding her. . . Read more
Staff
No Haven

Iraqi refugees living in New Haven face difficulty finding work, homes, and even getting picked up at the airport. Two organizations want that to change.

You may know Little Addis Ababa in Washington, D.C. or the Little Armenia of Los Angeles (otherwise known as the city of Glendale), but you probably haven’t thought of New Haven as a Little Baghdad. Over the last three years, however, approximately 180 Iraqis have arrived in New Haven—now considered an “Iraqi location” by the State Department—as the United States has finally begun to address the refugee crisis it helped create. Will Hunting, an Iraqi refugee living in New Haven, waited a year and a. . . Read more
Helena Malchione