A Country Struggling to Make Ends Meet
The economic issues in Greece began in 2008 after Wall Street's troubles in the U.S. The following year, Greece announced it had been under-reporting its debt numbers for years. As it headed toward possible bankruptcy, it received two bailouts, but those came with strict conditions and requirements. It's all led to tough times for Greeks and reporter Megan Caldwell talked with many of them about how they're getting by, and if they see a light at the end of the tunnel.
About the Contributors
Senior / Broadcast Journalism & Political Science
Megan recently completed an internship at NBC Los Angeles as the 11 o’clock news intern. During the Fall of 2014, Megan participated in the Washington D.C. program and interned at The Hill Newspaper. Megan was a staff reporter at The Daily Collegian for five semesters and a news intern at WPSU Public Media last spring. Upon graduation, Megan hopes to pursue her love of politics and the news as a political reporter for a television news station.