#Whereisthejournalism: Sports Journalism’s Technological Downfall

For my AP Language and Composition class in 11th grade, I wrote a long-form feature on the impact of social media and technology on sports journalism. I interviewed two professional journalists, Dan Shaughnessy of The Boston Globe and Max Reiss of NBC Connecticut. It is one of my favorite pieces I have ever written. #Whereisthejournalism: Sports Journalism’s … More #Whereisthejournalism: Sports Journalism’s Technological Downfall

Put a Sock in it, Curt

My penultimate piece printed in the TAB was a column about the controversial and outspoken Curt Schilling. Following more offensive outbursts from him on social media, I told Curt to zip it. Online: http://newton.wickedlocal.com/opinion/20160508/commentary-put-sock-in-it-curt Print:

A Tale of Two Leagues

In the midst of the Deflategate debacle, I wrote a column about the stark contrasts between Major League Baseball and the National Football League when it comes to domestic violence, player safety, and others. Online: http://newton.wickedlocal.com/opinion/20160501/commentary-tale-of-two-leagues Print:

Future (and Present) Leaders

Last April, I wrote a column about the importance of young people taking action and fighting for things they believe in. Children may be the future, but that does not mean we are powerless now. Online: http://newton.wickedlocal.com/opinion/20160414/high-school-view-future-and-present-leaders Print: