For five months after finishing my Master's in journalism in fall 2016, I interned for The Christian Science Monitor in Boston, where I wrote for the Pulitzer Prize–winning newspaper's rapid response team.
I covered a smattering of business, technology, and justice stories — plus quite a few stories about Donald Trump, both before and after he was elected president. Here's a sampling:
- Do offensive names deserve trademark protection? Supreme Court to weigh in.
(Sept. 29, 2016)
- How a journalist used old and new techniques to investigate Trump charity
(Oct. 4, 2016)
- Indiana child re-sentenced for murder: A sign of juvenile justice reform?
(Oct. 31, 2016)
- As Trump's AG, how might Sessions crack down on recreational marijuana?
(Nov. 22, 2016)
- 'Unpresidented': Do typos make Trump seem more authentic?
(Dec. 18, 2016)
- Trump accuses 'dishonest' media of fabricating his well-documented feud with CIA
(Jan. 22, 2017)
- Emoluments lawsuit: Political maneuvering or a viable tactic?
(Jan. 23, 2017)