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
The last in my 'Postcard' series for Syracuse University’s Globalists Magazine. So Tim Cook, the chief executive officer of Apple Inc., Jane Goodall, a celebrated anthropologist and Hillary Clinton, the former secretary of state walk into a swanky Manhattan event space … The room is buzzing with conversation, the air filled with a uniquely optimistic energy, and the … Continue reading Postcard from New York City: Rising at TIME 100
My latest postcard for Syracuse University's Globalists Magazine. “WHAT Did YOU SEE?” That’s often one of the first things people ask when you talk about traveling. Everyone wants to know the sights you saw and the places you visited. You curate your Instagram with the most beautiful images, for the world to see. Traveling -- … Continue reading Postcard From New York City: The Power of Language
This semester I'm studying 'abroad' in New York City. Check out my postcard for Syracuse University's Globalists magazine. My official status with the university is ‘abroad’; but unlike my peers who are actually abroad, I didn’t take a plane to get to New York City. I didn’t need a passport or a visa. My MetroCard … Continue reading Postcard from New York City
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.
10 days. 15 students (8 grad and 7 undergrad). 2 professors. 5 JPC staff members. (Who is she/who is he/who are they??) I wanted to take the time to thank the people who made this trip so memorable and rewarding. I don't want to speak for everyone, but I think we started out the trip … Continue reading Meet the ‘Newhouse in Israel’ team
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.
Our last day of the trip was bittersweet. We spent the morning packing up and reflecting on our trip. We ended our official itinerary with a trip to Walla! News. Here we spoke to Jacob Eilon, a well-known anchor and editor. Eilon said reporting in Israel is “getting harder and harder.” The same … Continue reading Tel Aviv – Day 10