Tampa Bay Times, Florida

“Mother who fled with leukemia-stricken son now says she believes in chemotherapy”

Almost four months after she and her boyfriend fled Florida so they could treat their young son’s leukemia with natural remedies, Taylor Bland-Ball said she’s changed her mind. (August 20, 2019)



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In the last few years, Dartmouth College has launched several programs to address food insecurity on campus. (5/29/19)

Valley News, New Hampshire


Biomass sites met with caution – Following the announcement of three possible locations for the college’s new biomass power plant, Hanover citizens express their concerns. (May 23, 2019)

Dartmouth is revising the 17-year-old master plan that guides expansion projects – Dartmouth College is developing a new master plan as residents continue to wonder whether the campus could expand. (April 21, 2019)


The Dartmouth, New Hampshire

When a 19-year-old student got shot near campus, The Dartmouth was one of the few outlets to publish with on-scene coverage. (11/3/18)

The Dartmouth was the first to break this news and the Associated Press covered the story the next morning. (10/12/18)

Primary election sees increased same-day registration – Barely a week after moving into college, freshmen realized they could vote the day of the New Hampshire primary elections. However, same-day registration, which allowed them to vote, is at risk due to House Bill 1264. (September 13, 2018)

A survey of Dartmouth's political landscape —  A survey story covering students and their attitudes towards out-party roommates, conservative speakers, President Trump approval and recent events in Syria. This was mentioned in Nicholas Kristof's New York Times Sunday column, "Lessons Learned From 100 Days of President Trump". (April 26, 2017)


The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Pennsylvania

Visa rejection puts local French chef at jeopardy — An immigrant visa denial throws the pastry chef responsible Pittsburgh's macarons and his family into uncertainty. (October 30, 2017)

Puerto Rican gourmet chef torn between worlds — In the wake of Hurricane Maria, a local gourmet chef speaks out about her family back on Puerto Rico. (September 26, 2017)

Alcohol marketing is finding its way to children in the age of the internet and smartphones, study says — We're used to keeping alcohol ads away from children on television, but what happens when it is coming from YouTube? (September 21, 2017)


Chalkbeat, National

Florida told its low-scoring schools to make their days longer. It helped, new research finds – Schools everywhere are making the school day longer in hopes it can help low performing students. Research shows that it can boost scores. (August 16, 2018)

More students are taking AP exams, but researchers don’t know if that helps them – AP exams are a rite of passage for many high school students, but there isn't much research on the AP program that suggests it helps students prepare for college or that there is a better alternative.  (August 3, 2018)

How school desegregation efforts could change, or not, after DeVos’s move to scrap Obama-era guidance on race – A legal and research oriented explainer on how K-12 schools were affected by the DeVos education department withdrawing Obama-era documents on race in admissions. (July 9, 2018)