An interview with Kathleen Miles, M.A. ’09, an LMU/Teach For America alumna and senior editor of The Huffington Post’s new The WorldPost, was only a minute old before its notes had to be altered. What began with a litany of major crises confronting her as an international journalist — the Ukraine, ISIS, Ebola, Israel/Gaza, Central American immigrant children to the United States — had to be amended to include yet another, a takeover of the airport in Tripoli, Libya. “That just happened this morning,” she said on her day off. “This is definitely an interesting time in international news. Conflicts are happening not between nations, but between factions of people. Those stories aren’t always easy to tell.”
Read the full LMU Magazine article by John Burnes, M.F.A. ’96.