1980 WPI Fellows


Mustafa J. Ahmed is the editorial page editor of The Bangladesh Times. He also writes polticial commentaries for the external service of Radio Bangladesh.


Maria Olga Curado is a correspondent in the Brazilia bureau covering military affairs for the daily newspaper O Estado de S. Paulo. She also comments on the military for television news.


Carlos Salgar is a reporter on the daily newspaper El Espectador in Bogota. He is also a lawyer.


Peter Racz specializes in political and economic problems of developing countries, mainly African. He contributes to newspapers, weekly magazines and radio.


Vaiju Mahindroo is on the staff of India Today, India’s leading news magazine. She also writes for and edits Bombay: The City Magazine, published by the same company.


Sjahrir Wahah freelances for several magazines, news agencies and newspapers. He was detained without trial as a political prisoner from 1977 to 1979.


Bruno Lopez Kupitsky works for Ovaciones, the most popular newspaper in Mexico City, where he is Cable Editor and writes a column on contemporary and Latin American folk music and reviews films and recordings.


Peter Can Deutekom is a contributing editor at the political weekly magazine, Haagse Post. He primarily covers national and international politics.


Abiodun Famojuro is a political columnist for the nationally circulated weekly, Sunday Sketch, which he edited until 1979.


Helge Eriksen is a reporter for Harstad Tidende, a daily newspaper in northern Norway.


Gervais Ahounou is currently organizing an international features agency, Infoport, and recently started Tropic Images, an Africian photo agency.


Mohamed Mustafa is senior editor and a columnist for Al-Sahafa, the largest and most important newspaper in Sudan. He is also deputy head of the foreign affairs department.