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Gun control laws would not have prevented McBride’s death

An Article I wrote for the Opinions section of The Wellesley News. The article was written in response to the murder of Renisha McBride, a 19-year-old black woman, by Theodore Wafer, a 54-year-old white man. This article was a part of an ongoing series about gun control laws. I argued against gun control while another staff… Read more »

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Greek-lettered organizations deserve more respect from media

An article I wrote for the Opinions section of The Wellesley News on March 13, 2014 regarding the value of Greek-life (specifically my experience as a member of a Greek-lettered organization). This was written in response to unfavorable depictions of sororities, fraternities, and similar organizations in popular culture and the media. Read the full article.

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The e-book Price Fixing Scandal – The Wellesley News

An article I wrote for the Opinions section of my college newspaper on suing of Apple and five of the “Big Six”* publishers (Hachette Book Group, HarperCollins, Simon & Schuster, Penguin, and Macmillan) by the Department of Justice earlier this year for raising the prices of e-books.

The article focused on the affect of the lawsuit on consumers and writers.

*This was before the merger of Penguin and Random House

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I’m Starved For You

**This is from a published article I wrote for my college’s newspaper.**

Awakening Our Society: A Review of the Kindle Single

“I’m Starved for You”

A new form of literature for the new generation

Owl rating:

This month (March 2012), bestselling author Margaret Atwood released her first Kindle Single titled “I’m Starved for You” through with the digital publishing company Byliner. E-singles, which are digital novellas, have grown in popularity since the launch of Amazon’s Kindle Singles in January 2011. Although less than 30,000 words, “I’m Starved for You,” efficiently tells a gripping story about a married man struggling with his obsessive desire for another man’s wife. From the start, the e-single raises compelling questions such as “what kind of world is our society becoming?” and “how will we try and fix the problems we have created?”