In spring of 2013, Boston University journalism and photography students made a weeklong trip to Cuba. By special arrangement, GlobalPost presented six stories that emerged from their trip. The introductory piece is by Stephen Kinzer, the former New York Times foreign correspondent who is an adjunct journalism professor. The five stories that followed were written by his students. Photos were taken by students working under the guidance of prize-winning photographer Essdras Suarez.
- A specter is haunting Cuba by Stephen Kinzer
- Cuban art opens up to the world by Anne Whiting
- Gay and prouder in Cuba by Carolyn Bick
- Legend of the Cuban cigar by Andres X. Vargas
- Jewish in Havana: No rabbi but plenty of chutzpah by Samantha Reyes
- In Cuba, tattoo artists make more than doctors and lawyers by Jasper Craven, for Vice Magazine