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Ron Arias, senior editor for People magazine and author of The Road to Tamazunchale (Peru 1963-64) His Peace Corps experience helped Arias cover stories in developing countries across the Americas and Africa. Arias is an author and a senior editor for People magazine.
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'''The following events happened in Peace Corps for <u>NOVEMBER 2011</u>'''
David Briscoe, chief correspondent of World Desk for Associated Press (Philippines 1966-70)
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<u>''Enter on Duty''</u> coincides with the staging start date and the [[training]] start date.<br>
Dan Carney, reporter for Business Week (Benin 1983-85)
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<u>''Oath Date''</u> indicates when the volunteer begins [[Swearing In | serving]] in country.
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Karen DeWitt, producer, abcnews.com (Ethiopia 1966-68)
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Thomas Dine, President, Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (Philippines 1962-64)
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Judy Dugan, assistant editorial page editor for the Los Angeles Times (Philippines 1966-68)
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Josh Friedman, correspondent for Newsday (Costa Rica 1964-66)
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Kathleen Ingley, reporter for the Arizona Republic (Senegal 1972-75)
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Al Kamen, writes In the Loop column in the Washington Post (Dominican Republic 1967-69)
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Robert Laird, op-ed page editor for N.Y. Daily News (Somalia 1962-63)
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Michael Maidenberg, Pulitzer prize-winning publisher and vice president and chief program officer of the Knight Foundation (India 1964-66)
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Chris Matthews, host of NBC's Hardball (Swaziland 1968-70) Chris Matthews is a national columnist for the San Francisco Chronicle and host of NBC's Hardball.
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Jim Morrill, reporter for the Charlotte Observer (Togo 1973-76)
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Bruce Nussbaum, editorial page editor for Business Week (Philippines 1966-69)
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Henry Muller, editorial director for Time, Inc. (Ethiopia 1968-69)
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Maureen Orth, special correspondent for Vanity Fair (Colombia 1964-66)
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Ann O'Hanlon, reporter for the Washington Post (Ecuador 1986-88)
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Michelle Press, managing editor for Scientific American (Malawi 1962-64)
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Howard Seftel, restaurant critic for the Arizona Republic (Senegal 1972-75)
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Peter Stinton, enterprise senior writer for the San Francisco Chronicle (Iran 1969-1971)
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Jonathan Weisman, White House correspondent for the Baltimore Sun (Guinea-Bissau and Philippines 1988-90)
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William Wong, columnist for the San Francisco Examiner (Philippines 1967-68)
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[http://www.peacecorps.gov/index.cfm?shell=learn.whatispc.notable.communications Notable former Peace Corps Volunteers in Communications] Official US Peace Corps Website
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The following events happened in Peace Corps for NOVEMBER 2011


Enter on Duty coincides with the staging start date and the training start date.
Oath Date indicates when the volunteer begins serving in country.



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News[edit]

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