The epicenter of the world’s first atomic bomb is marked with little more than a stone. It sits without ceremony in the midst of Hiroshima, Japan, a simple reminder that over 68 years ago, the splitting of an atom destroyed the city.You could easily p...
“Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness.” – Mark Twain
Megan Jula is a sophomore studying journalism at Indiana University. Her journalism experiences include reporting in Hiroshima, Japan, learning the fast paced requirements of beat reporting for the Indiana Daily Student and using communication skills as she interned this past summer at an orphanage in Mexico. She hopes to one day write for the health and science section of a newspaper or for a medical non-profit with an international scope.