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Megan Lange

Former Staff, Intern and Producer

Megan Lange is a recent graduate of the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University, where she obtained a B.A. in Photojournalism and Psychology. She also studied for a semester in London through the SUAbroad program with a concentration in photojournalism.


Megan spent her summer in Uganda, documenting the conditions of the families left in the Tegotatoo IDP camp resulting from a 20-year civil war and producing a multimedia project for Every Child Ministries. She has interned with The Muskegon Chronicle, and externed with The Post-Standard.



African Air by George Steinmetz

Flying in a motorized paraglider over one of the most diverse continents in the world, George Steinmetz captures in his photographs the stunning beauty, potential and hope of Africa's landscapes and people.

Nuclear Energy Guide for Council on Foreign Relations

The Nuclear Energy Guide explores the past, present and future of nuclear power, focusing on its unique benefits and risks.

Johnnie Footman by Jan Johannessen and Charlotte Oestervang

Johnnie Footman, 90, may be the oldest cabbie in New York City. His age limits his time in the cab, but he remains young at heart carrying a cigar in his mouth and a cap reading: "Old Dude made of Achey Breaky Parts."