The second edition of The Report is live, featuring three new pieces. Additionally, you can now find a documentary interview with Nobel Peace Prize Nominee, Herman Waingai, in the academic journal, as well as a third and fourth podcast under the podcasts tab. We hope you enjoy these, be sure to subscribe for updates at the bottom of the page, spread the word about the Millennial Global Review, and let us know what topics you want to see covered next via the form on our contact page.
Throughout the 2015/2016 school year we, the founders of MGR, were involved in a global citizenship program at our high school in McLean, VA. With the resources this programs provided us, we were able to explore a vast array of topics and issues both modern and historical. The program looked at issues without borders, culture and citizenship, political and government theory, and economics. Given our depth of knowledge which Georgetown professor Dr. Elizabeth Hoechst and the program have provided us, we have become knowledgeable on many current world issues and understand how history affects the future. As we worked towards creating our final research projects for this course, we were dismayed to discover the lack of opportunity high school students had to actually publish their findings. Determined to represent our findings and create a space for other high schoolers to do so as well, we created the Millennial Global Review, the first and only publication outlet for high schooler's academic research.
As passionate learners of global issues, we hope to further our interests as well as yours in this platform for political discourse. With an increasingly contentious global climate, we strongly believe that the study of current events and global issues is vital in creating a more understanding and hopefully peaceful world. We hope MGR can be the platform through which you and your peers can further your knowledge and form opinions. With our own scholarly work, regular blogs posts on current events, and weekly and monthly segments, MGR hopes to be your guide through an ever-changing world.
As scholars of global issues, we strive to understand and engage in research and discussion on a multitude of topics. After a thorough education in the topics of Global Politics, Political Theory, Economics, International Diplomacy, Culture and Citizenship, and Issues Without Borders, we feel compelled to provide a simple yet profound analysis of global issues from a high school perspective for your convenience.
That said, we also want to stress that we are accepting offers to write and edit from other knowledgeable high schoolers who have an extended education in the above areas of study. We aim to be a premier option for voicing the informed and important opinions of Humanities-focused high schoolers in the region.
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