Troubadour Magazine was founded at Princeton University to help counteract post-9/11 xenophobia in the university community, and to revive political debate on campus.

Troubadour uses literature, photography and artwork to raise awareness about world issues, illustrating the common ground shared by all races and cultures. Driven by the motto, “To Become Scholars of Each Other’s Experience”, the magazine uses personal travel stories to inspire cross-cultural dialogue.

Each issue of Troubadour is centered around a different theme, such as “Empire”, “Evildoers”, and “Pirates”.

I was the founder and editor of Troubadour.