How do you see the evolution of the newspaper in the next five years?
Newspaper organizations will always exist, perhaps not in the form of an actual newspaper, but there will always be a demand for stories and ground breaking reporting. Journalistic content in the future will definitely be more online centric with more multimedia elements.
Five reasons you love your school
- No real campus
- Smack in the middle of New York City
- We’re all about independence
- Best internship opportunities in the world
- Amazing study abroad programs (go NYU Shanghai!)
If you could have any super power, what would you choose?
Teleportation. Live and report in multiple countries at once – yet always be able to go home for dinner. It’s an aspiring foreign correspondent’s dream.
What is the most interesting article you’ve ever written?
I wrote an exclusive investigative piece for LA Weekly on marijuana dispensaries and had to question dispensaries that were supposed to be closed on why they were still open. Awkward silences and a published article after – I can now confidently say that they are closed. .
One of the most quirky things about you is…
I’m a serial intern. I’ve had eleven internships since my junior year in high school. I’ve worked for radio, television, newspaper and online publications. Notable internships include Fox News, NBCUniversal, NY1 and CBS Los Angeles. Current bylines include CNNGo, BBC, LA Weekly and now USA Today.