(Photo by Michelle Masperi ’19.)

March 8, 2019 @ 3:45 p.m.

The Norwich Record | Summer 2019

Michelle Masperi ’19 used her iPhone to capture this raven’s-eye view of the narrow streets of Prague’s Mala Strana, or Lesser Town, neighborhood.

Masperi visited the Czech capital earlier this spring for a two-day human-rights conference cosponsored by Norwich University and Prague’s Anglo-American University. A communications major and member of the 2018 NCAA Division III championship NU women’s hockey team, Masperi served as a conference reporter for the gathering, which highlighted student scholarship. In all, 20 Norwich students, faculty, and staff attended the inaugural conference co-organized by history professor and human rights scholar Rowly Brucken. The conference convenes again in 2021 on the Norwich campus.


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