Op-Ed: “Indonesia’s Haze Crisis and the Problem with Palm Oil” | The Diplomat

Op-Ed: “Shoot for the Sun: Why the U.S. Should Prioritize Space-Based Solar Power” | International Policy Digest

Op-Ed: “Pancasila, pluralism and election: Lessons from Istiqlal” | The Jakarta Post

On Male Feminists: What happened when I asked the men in my life if they would consider themselves a feministNoteworthy – The Journal Blog, Medium

Photography: “Hindsight: A Scene From Auschwitz” | The Echo, Furman University

Thesis Presentation: “Analyzing Political Islam in Indonesia: An Examination of Indonesia’s Secular and Islamic Political Parties” | Furman Engaged!

Op-Ed: “Commute to Memory: Combatting the Busy Culture by Being Present” | The Paladin, Furman University


Rosenthal Fellowship Announces 2019 Fellows | Harold W. Rosenthal Fellowship in International Relations

Oryza Astari ’16 Named Rosenthal Fellow | Furman University News

Oryza Astari ’16 Contributes Video | Furman University News

“My Students Are Scientists. And They Can Change the World” | Teach for America

#OurCorpsOurStory: 2016 CM Oryza Astari | Teach for America – Jacksonville

Undergraduate Research Week 2016 | American Political Science Association

Furman College Democrats Watch Debate | WYFF4 News

Society of Tocqueville Fellows | Furman University

Political Science Student Spotlight | Furman University

Social Media

Oryza Astari, Graduate Student from Indonesia Interns at the U.S. House of Representatives | VOA Indonesia

Featured Tweet: Debbie Wasserman Schultz Under Fire for Comments About Young Women | ABC News