1977 WPI Fellows


Andres Oppenheimer is chief editor of the features section of the Argentina’s largest news magazine, Siete Dias Ilustrados in Buenos Aires.


Andrew Clark is a political correspondent for the National Times in Canberra. He specializes in national politics adn is co-author of Kerr’s King Hit, a book dealing with Australian poltics.


Marie-Claude Decamps works in Paris for Le Point, one of the three most important weekly news magazines in France. She writes for the features section reporting on social events, youth and social problems.


Ansah Barnor is a senior reporter and sub-editor of the Ghana News Agency.


Mimi Toufexi is a staff reporter for To Vima, the largest morning daily in Athens concentrating on medicine and social welfare.


Overton Whittaker is a reporter for Diario Le Prensa, the largest circulation daily in his country, and for HRN, the largest chain of radio abd television stations.


Raymond Toruan is foreign news editor of Kompas, a morning daily. His work includes covering the Cambodian war in 1974.


Grace Mumbi Mogaki is a feature writer for The Standard in Nairobi. She contributes to the Women’s Page and covers aspects of national development.


Seung Woong Kim is a reporter on the foreign desk of the largest morning newspaper in Korea, The Hankook Ilbo.


Faik Akin is assistant to the chief sub-editor of one of Turkey’s most important newspapers, Milliyet, in Istanbul.

United Kingdom

David Flintham is a senior editorial writer and satirical columnist for the Western Mail, Wales’ national morning newspaper. As assistant features editor, he has developed that paper’s coverage of national politics, society and the arts.