Lauren Langille

University of Missouri

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The White House Correspondents’ Association supported seven graduate students ($2,500 per student) to study in Washington, DC for a semester, as part of the University of Missouri’s well-established program. The University waived the balance of the tuition in return.

Lauren Langille is a multi-media journalist with international, business and political reporting experience. She is a proud Canadian, fluent in French, who earned a BA in Economics and Finance from the University of Guelph. For her graduate project, Lauren worked with the breaking news desk at Bloomberg News, First World Team. She will complete her graduate degree from the Missouri School of Journalism in August.

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