Bylines in the Guardian, VICE, The Atlantic, The Debrief and others on youth culture, mental health, social justice, drugs, and tech.
I wrote about a woman convicted of animal cruelty for keeping rabbits in an abandoned lot in New York.
Op-ed I wrote for the Guardian about a study that found dogs can understand what human are saying.
With access to mental health treatment under increasing strain, I asked experts to weigh up the benefits of using the video platform to find relief from anxiety disorders.
I interviewed the celebrity yoga teacher for the Guardian about body positivism and Instagram.
I asked tattoo artists whether they're happy to tattoo clients' hands.
I went to the opening of New York's first cereal cafe for the Guardian.
An interactive I produced for the Guardian explaining what the long chemical names on your shampoo bottle label really mean.
I interviewed environment activists for the Guardian about how they're using hip hop to spread the message that urban communities and people of color are most afflicted by climate change.
Aged 12, Josh Gravens committed a sex-related felony. Charged with failing to update his register details, he now, aged 28, faces a possible 25 years to life in jail.
After a number of high-profile US incidents with police guns, technology companies are experimenting with innovative ways to make firearms safer.
Technology has changed the way people learn and access education, particularly languages. But can you successfully master a language only using online tools?
A finding of ‘unsubstantiated’ neglect by Maryland parents for letting their children walk outside unsupervised shines a harsh light on vague laws intended to safeguard kids – but which end up resulting in unintended consequences.
A new compilation pays tribute to an Italian restaurant’s secret dance club on the Lower East Side that defied the Giuliani-era’s crack down on clubbing.
A new collection of essays for the New Mexico Law Review makes an argument for Breaking Bad to be required study material in law schools. Here’s why it makes sense.
Aftershocks hinder rescue efforts in the Himalayan nation as death toll passes 3,800 after a devastating 7.8 magnitude quake near Kathmandu.