Nadia was an intern for PRI’s The World during the summer of 2016. Currently a student at Knox College, Nadia is pursuing a degree in Gender and Women’s Studies with a minor in Journalism. She works as the Managing Editor for The Knox Student, Knox’s weekly newspaper.
When Nadia’s not talking feminism, you can find her with a pint of ice cream and a Boggle board.
The International Basketball Federation has a head-covering rule that restricts many Muslim players. Professional basketball player Indira Kaljo is determined to change a rule that forces many to choose between sport and faith.
Sydney Schanberg's reporting on Cambodia's descent into genocide became an Oscar-winning film. Actor Sam Waterston, who portrayed Schanberg, remembers Schanberg's influence on the film and on how Americans understand Cambodia.
After a long stay with the Camerons, Larry the cat welcomes new Prime Minister Theresa May to 10 Downing Street.
After a century, London is retiring an iconic typeface, and its replacement has been getting good reviews.
Police reform is local, and you have more power in local government than anywhere else in the US electoral system.
Lesnoe Ozero puts an unusual spin on the traditional camp experience: Everything's done in Russian.
The case is closed on two capybaras who made a daring escape from a Toronto zoo last month. They're now safely back at home.
Democratic members of Congress staged a sit-in for more than 24 hours demanding a vote on new gun control legislation — all streamed live on social media.
Nihonium is the first of four new elements to be discovered in an Asian country, and Japan takes the prize.
Hillary Clinton has drawn heavily on her foreign policy experience — and pointed to Donald Trump's relative lack — as she starts to focus on the upcoming general election.
The richest families in Florence have kept their grip on wealth — and presumably the prestige and power that accompanies it — for 600 years.