There has been a lot of buzz surrounding Former Special Counsel Robert Mueller, especially after his testimony before Congress on Wednesday. And while his report has stirred political circles, Mueller is also inspiring art and culture in America. You can find Mueller-inspired fan fiction, prayer candles and even an action figure! I got to dive … Continue reading Mueller as muse: Artists get creative with the ex-special counsel and his report
10 Days in Israel In March, I spent ten days traveling around Israel with a team of journalism students and professors. We learned about the challenges of reporting in the Middle East, and we also got the chance to produce our own stories. With a collection of print, video, and photo stories we covered a … Continue reading American Embassy Move to Jerusalem
In my latest column for The Daily Orange, I comment on the liberal biases present on college campuses, and how it's important to consider where your political ideologies come from. Read more here.
Next month, Syracuse will begin live streaming Common Council meetings online, in partnership with PBS affiliate WCNY. Check out my story for NCC News.
In my Student Life column this week, I commend young students for standing up for their beliefs and participating in March for Our Lives protests. Read more here.
In a recent proposal, Governor Andrew Cuomo said he wants to get rid of tips in New York. This means that instead of earning tips, restaurant servers would all get a higher base wage. I visited local restaurants in Syracuse, where some employees said this proposal is not in their best interests. Right now, the idea … Continue reading Servers speak out against proposal to end tips in NY
In my Daily Orange column this week, I argue against the stigma surrounding college students living at home after graduation... Read more here.